ASF Minutes

Advocacy Board and Activities Board members of the University of La Verne’s Associated Student Federation (ASF) Forum met Wednesday, Sept. 22, at 10:15 a.m. in the West Dining Room.

Forum members reviewed schedules for future ASF meetings and discussed alternatives to environmental issues concerning the Rock.

Rock Issue

To get students’ reaction on the environmental issues concerning the Rock, the Forum talked about taking an advisory vote in order to find out how current students feel about the matter.

Plans for the vote were not detailed, but students will be notified of the process once plans are finalized.

ASF Meetings

General Forum meetings are scheduled for 10 a.m. on the first and third Wednesdays of every month.

On the second Wednesday of each month, meetings will be split-meaning the Activities and Advocacy boards will meet individually. These meetings will begin at 9 a.m. and continue through 11 a.m., with each board meeting for an hour, respectively.

All meetings, held in the West Dining Room, are open to the ULV community.

–Araceli Esparza

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