VOTE Fee Increase to Support Bus Pass Program
MAY 17th - MAY 27th
Intercity Transit increased the bus fare from $1.00 to $1.25 in February.
In order to continue providing the free bus pass to all students, the pre-credit fee students pay for this service will need to increase from $0.69 to $0.86 per credit. If the fees per-credit do not increase, the services for free bus rides may be discontinued.
If you are a current student of South Puget Sound Community College enrolled in credit bearing courses, and have a student ID number, please vote "YES" or "NO.
A "YES" vote means...
- Students of SPSCC will continue to ride Intercity Transit for free with a valid student ID card
- Convenient transportation
- Reducing parking and congestion on campus
- Promoting environment sustainability Increasing student quarterly per credit fees
A "NO" vote means...
- Students of SPSCC may not be able to ride Intercity Transit for free
- No increase in student fees
- If students were to ride the bus, a quarterly pass will cost $108
- Student Senate will decide whether or not to find an alternative method to finance the price increase. However, it is not guaranteed.
Senate members, along with the A.S.B President and Vice Presidents serve to represent every student on campus with the goal of working toward providing the services and resources students need and want. Members typically work 15 hours a week, and are required to attend weekly Senate meetings and represent the students in various committees and boards. The student Senate also works with clubs and organizations to bring events to campus. In addition, the Student Senate allocates contingency funds to various student activities and organizations. The Student Senate upholds the Constitution and bylaws, and acts as a liaison between the administration and the students.
- We commit ourselves to represent the students of South Puget Sound Community College and to serve as advocates for the enrichment of student life.
- The student body of South Puget Sound Community College is increasingly diverse and we commit ourselves to serve all constituents to the best of our ability
- We are committed to actively learning students' needs and addressing them in the most ethical, effective, caring and efficient manner possible.
- We commit ourselves to a policy that all students shall have equal access to our programs and to participate in student government without discrimination on the basis of race, color, national origin, religion, veteran's status, sexual orientation, sex, disabilities, or age.