CCSC considers how to address the academic impact of the graduate student strike on undergraduate students while not “crossing the picket line.”
CCSC discusses creating a task force that would address financial accessibility for Columbia students.
CCSC discusses NSOP, ISOP, COOP, and the alphabet soup that makes up Columbia’s pre-orientation programs.
In their sixth meeting of the year, CCSC discusses increasing capacity limits and fostering academic adjustments to make student life more bearable.
New CCSC Bureau Chief Mariah Johnson brings this week’s Columbia College Student Council coverage!
For CCSC’s second-to-last meeting of the semester, general body members reflected on the election process and created an appointment committee to fill the Religion Representative position.
CCSC kept it short and sweet this week with the busyness of election season in mind, but still managed to vote on a proposal by Class Representative Brandon Shi (CC ’22).
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CCSC returned from Spring Break with a bang, packing in election season updates, summer course registration complaints, and the Inclusion and Diversity Task Force Committee amendment.
This week CCSC discussed summer financial aid, shuttle services, disability services programs, and data privacy.