SAC Agenda November 1 , 2013 3:00pm

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SAC Agenda
November 1st, 2013 3:00pm
I.
Call to Order
II.
Roll Call
III.
Student Remarks
IV.
Approval of Minutes from October 18th and October 4th
V.
Approval of Agenda for November 1st
VI.
Guest Speakers
VII.
Chair Report
VIII.
Old Business
IX.
New Business
a. Discuss Roundtable date, plans, and funding
b. Discuss possible future Osprey Voice methods
X.
Announcements
a. The next regularly scheduled Senate meeting will be on November 8th at 1:00 pm.
b. The next regularly scheduled Student Advocacy Meeting will be on November 15th at
3:00pm.
XI.
Final Roll Call
XII.
Adjournment
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