Trip to the Capitol for CSU and President Barack Obama Talk
Due to the budget crisis in Illinois, Chicago State University who relies heavily on state money is on the brink of shutting down March 1 unless the budget is settled.
In solidarity with CSU, 200 UIC students will be able to visit the capital on February 10 with CSU in support and urging for our state to make a decision on the budget. For those of you that do not know, if a decision has not been made by the end of term, UIC students will be required to pay any money they received in MAP Grants that year and the school could also be facing a similar crisis as CSU.
President Barack Obama will also be in Springfield that day giving an address to lawmakers.
This event is open to all UIC students free of cost with lunch provided sponsored by the Undergraduate Student Government.
This is an all day event and buses will be leaving SCE at 8am on Wednesday, February 10. Please pass this on to your listservs and to any students that would be interested.
If students would like to attend, they must email Illinois.SOS@gmail.comto RSVP.
ONLY THE FIRST 200 STUDENTS TO RSVP WILL BE INVITED TO ATTEND.
Thank you for your continued support of the Undergraduate Student Government.
Asha Jahan Binbek
University of Illinois at Chicago
College of Liberal Arts and Science | Communication & English
Office of Admissions and Recruitment | UIC Corps Lead
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