Voter registration at the College was problematic this year because Student Government Association (SGA) members were unable to move into the College earlier due to budget cuts.
Michael Strom, SGA vice president of Legal and Governmental Affairs, said SGA members were not allowed to move in a week earlier than everyone else, as they had in previous years, due to budget cuts.
After dozens of faculty members complained about the hostile conduct of Campus Police, the faculty senate decided to take action.
According to Faculty Senate President Michael Robertson, the faculty has three main complaints about Campus Police.
The first is the attitude of the police.
This year is the first year in the College's history that students with intellectual disabilities have the opportunity to learn on campus.
Six students have this opportunity because of the College's Career and Community Studies (CCS) program, a program designed to give students with intellectual disabilities a chance for postsecondary education.