Representing student interests puts us in an unique situation to understand what is lacking around campus for students. With this insight in mind, we use our resources to provide students what they need most. Below is a list of what we have done so far.
Borrow-A-Bike: One of the most exciting initiatives this year was the creation of the Borrow-A-Bike program. By refurbishing student bicycles that have been abandoned on campus, we've created a sustainable means of environmentally friendly transportation. Students can now stop by the Bike Workshop, located near the Welcome Center in the Main Parking Structure, to borrow a bike for a day at no charge. This program is provided in cooperation between Loyola Unified Student Government Association, Loyola Bike Club, Campus Safety, and Loyola Facilities.
Campus Activities Network: The Campus Activity Network operates as a forum for student organizations to discuss their concerns and initiatives together, in a way to further collaborative efforts. Campus Activity Network (CAN) is headed by Chief of Student Organization (CSO) and appointed officers. They act as liaisons between the student organizations community and USGA. CSO sits in on the weekly Executive Committee meeting as well as attend weekly Senate meeting to represent the interest of student organizations.
Student Activity Fund: USGA Allocation Committee is a committee within USGA Senate that review proposals from student organizations and make recommendations to the Senate on allocating money to fund student run events around campus.
If you have any ideas on what we can do to improve Loyola community, please share your suggestions.