Capital University Student Government will host a town hall, roundtable-style discussion on Thursday, October 25, about matters especially relevant to the student body, but also of interest to the entire Capital community. The event will be in Weiler Conference Suites in the Harry C. Moores Campus Center at 6:30 pm.
Slated for discussion are topics like public safety improvements, library renovations and academic class offerings. The event is open to students, faculty and staff and will serve as an opportunity for students to voice their thoughts, opinions, concerns and complaints to Student Government directly.
Since their retreat last week with university leadership, student government leaders are excited to share what they have learned with the student body and field any related questions. Student Government encourages everyone to come take an active role in shaping their college future.
For more information, please contact Travis Dilley, vice president of communications for Student Government, at firstname.lastname@example.org