USG to vote on potential revisions to code of conduct

The Undergraduate Student Government will discuss potential revisions to the University Code of Conduct policy at Monday night’s meeting,

Michael Ginsburg, associate dean of Students, will present the proposals to USG at the 7:30 p.m. meeting in 308 Union, said USG Speaker Katie Post.

The presentation will give student government members the chance to ask questions and weigh in on the proposals before they become official, Post said.

“That’ll be something that will be really relevant to our students,” Post said.

The potential revisions aren’t an “overhaul,” Post said, but is still a “pretty extensive list.”

No new resolutions will be presented for USG’s consideration, Post said.

At the most recent meeting on Jan. 13, USG passed an election packet detailing the guidelines for the upcoming campaigns for senators and president and vice president.

Voting is from April 7 to April 11.

This is the first time University students will elect a new president and vice president since 2012. Current President Alex Solis and Vice President David Neely have been in office for two terms.