Explain the main reason that you have for wanting to run for Student Government.
I believe Student Government is a way for us as students to make an impact on our campus. It’s a way for us to foster change and implement things to make our university the best it can be. As a student senator, I will be a voice for students. I am someone who is willing to go the extra mile to make sure my campus, our campus, is a place we can be proud of.
Provide an issue that you think should be changed or improved on campus.
I think an issue that we face is making UNO more accessible for students with disabilities. As one of the current 2017-2018 senators, many students have voiced their concern about the accessibility on campus and trying to improve that aspect of our campus. Also, it is always a concern of mine about the social aspect on campus. I want to help continue to foster a campus that is friendly, welcoming, and social.
What makes you qualified to sit on Student Government?
I believe I am qualified to represent my constituents in the 2018-2019 student senate, because I have held a position as a senator for 2 consecutive years and each year I am discovering new things about UNO that I was to help improve. I also am the 2017-2018 student services committee chair for Student Government, which works on projects geared towards improving the campus and student satisfaction. I am also very active on and off campus, and involved in other organizations. I am hard working, dedicated, and persistent. I will never give up on my campus, I will never stop representing my constituents, and I will never stop implementing change on this campus.
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