OPIRG at the SRA
OPIRG’s annual presentation to the Student Representative Assembly (SRA) of the McMaster Student Union (MSU) is Sunday, November 25 starting at 5:00 pm in Gilmour Hall Council Chambers (GH 111).
How to Support OPIRG
Like any political campaign, contacting your elected representative is an under-used but powerful and direct way to share your concerns or comments. Each McMaster faculty has undergraduate representatives representing students so you have specific people you can talk to! Send them a message, and keep track of their response (or non-response)!
That’s just the start. Elected officials (like the SRA) really take note when constituents actually start to show up, so if you can come in person and be there for OPIRG’s student board during their presentation, you will help OPIRG while experiencing the democracy of a representative assembly.
SRA FACULTY CONTACTS (EMAIL)
- Arts&Science email@example.com
- Commerce firstname.lastname@example.org
- Engineering email@example.com
- HealthScience firstname.lastname@example.org
- Humanities email@example.com
- Kinesiology firstname.lastname@example.org
- Nursing email@example.com
- Science firstname.lastname@example.org
- SocialSciences email@example.com
- MSUPresident firstname.lastname@example.org
- VPAdmin email@example.com
- VPEducation firstname.lastname@example.org
- VPFinance email@example.com
SRA Faculty Rep Facebook Pages
SRA Faculty Reps on Twitter
Annual “Bylaw 5” Presentation
Each year non-MSU, non-McMaster groups that receive funding from students present to the SRA about financial accountability. Groups like OPIRG, Incite Magazine, Engineers Without Borders, and Marching Band are in this category.
The SRA Bylaw 5 requires the information (below) and if the SRA is not satisfied with the accountability there, the can send a group’s fee to a referendum of the full student body.
Why Support OPIRG McMaster?
OPIRG McMaster has been an active source for student engagement since 1995, and we continue to change and grow to ensure we provide the kind of support students need to be effective agents of change.
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