During the SGA meeting on Nov. 18, Erum Atcha, student governor and senator for commuter and transfer students, proposed holding a study session event for commuter students.
The primary purpose of this event is to create a friendly environment for students who do not live on campus, allowing them to feel included. This is also a chance for them to connect with other transfer students.
“I am [planning] on doing a study session for all of our commuter students here on campus. This will be a good, chill place to get some work done,” said Atcha during the meeting. “There will be some food to attract commuter students. And then also, I am hoping to connect with the learning center and see if I can get some tutors.”
However, they are still waiting to check with the faculty for scheduling the venue. The official time and date of this event have not been announced yet.
“I really want to do it in the commuter lounge, but I am having trouble with scheduling that room . . . The intended date will be December 7,” said Atcha.