Senate vote to accelerate Fall Schedule
Sunday, September 30, 2007
It's coming up fast, on Tuesday October 2nd the Senate is going to voting on a proposal to change the schedule of dates for the fall semester. Currently there are 3000 students that essentially miss a week of classes due to Monday night classes being cancelled for Thanksgiving each year. The change would involve classes begining 2 days earlier on the Thursday of O-week. Then, classes would end on Wednesday with Thursday of the last week of classes being a make up day for the classes missed on Thanksgiving and Friday being a reading day.
There are many things that bear consideration in regards to this proposed change. To that end a Facebook group has been formed to allow people to sound off with their opinions. To check the group out for yourself or to check out discusion focused by degree and/or speciality follow the links below.
B.Sc. in Eviro Sci
B.Sc. in Agriculture
Bachelor of Commerce
Bachelor of Arts and Science
Bachelor of Computing
Bachelor of Landscape Architecture
Student Senate Caucus