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The Undergraduate Assembly is the elected, representative branch of student government at Penn, charged with improving life for all students through funding, services, and advocacy. The highest authority is the President of the student body, followed by the Vice President. The UA Vice President oversees UA Steering, a group of influential student groups on campus that meet to discuss issues pertaining to student life.
The purpose of the four Class Boards is to provide social programming that instills a sense of class and school spirit, unity and pride, and breaks through social barriers. Each class popularly elects a president, executive vice president, vice president for internal affairs, vice president for external affairs, vice president for finance, and class chairs.
1) MAKING OUR FINAL MEMS
2) CELEBRATING TRADITIONS (done safely)
3) LEAVING OUR LGEACY
1) Ensuring the safety and health of the Class of 2021 on campus (testing, preventative guidelines)
2) Making sure students are able to access education wherever they are (Wifi, financial assistance)
3) Creating virtual Class of 2021 programming to make sure we can all still have fun for our senior year (game nights, escape rooms … anything else?) 😊
1) Continue the financial aid program for all class board related events and apparel
2) Lit feb club
1) Plan an incredible Feb Club: the thing I was most excited for throughout being on Class Board has been Feb Club senior spring, and it's my top priority this year
2) Make sure Hey Day is back and better than ever: it's disappointing that we never had Hey Day junior year, but it's a priority to have a similar experience in-person this spring
3) Be a voice for seniors that are away from campus: I'm currently the only member on CB that's living outside of Philadelphia for the semester permanently