Please provide in one to two paragraphs an issue that you think should be changed or improved on cam
I think it is very important to improve the connection between UNO and its' students. By making the university more transparent and inclusive this can be accomplished. I think it is important that each and every student knows what the university does, and has a level of input into it. This can start has simple has improving communication between the distinct colleges and their students, improve communication and adhere to a certain level of transparency so all students know what is happening within their university system.
Please describe in one to two paragraphs what makes you qualified to sit on Student Government.
I am a Political Science and Environmental Studies major here at UNO, and I have been dedicated to serving the political process in anyway I can. I currently serve has the president for the College Democrats here on campus, and I make it a priority to be involved in our local political system. Being involved in Student Government is just the same. I believe that my experience and drive for the political system makes me the type of person that is fit to represent my fellow students of my college. I want to make positive changes to our university, and I have the necessary dedication to do so. I want to make positive changes through the political system, and my drive and dedication to politics is what qualifies me to represent my fellow student. I have experience in the political system, while being active has the College Democrats president, I have been involved in multiple local, state, and even national election campaigns. I am dedicated to being a representative for my fellow citizens, and I also make an effort to be involved, and that kind of drive is exactly what being a Student Government senator is all about.
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