The 2019 budget totaled $1,123,190, $347,670 less than the 2018 budget.
MSA votes unanimously to remove large portion of Department of Student Activities from next year’s budget
DSA is the largest department within MSA and received $424,341 of MSA’s approximate budget of $1.4 million during the 2015-16 school year.
“Last year we trimmed most of the fat off of the budget, and that left us with the skeleton of the MSA budget. We came up on this year and, lo and behold, we had another small freshman class and there isn’t much fat to trim anymore.”
The Senatorial Election Handbook also passed. Campaigning begins on April 11.
MU hiring freeze will not affect MSA-funded positions.
The Ejaz/Parrie platform, “Mizzou Together,” offers the most promising future for MU.
The Missouri Students Association’s $1.6 million budget passes while improving the relations with Senate and the executive cabinet.
Extra money in the MSA budget will go to smaller organizations and Senate Speaker Kevin Carr pushes for higher chair pay in the 2016 MSA budget.
The Maneater assesses the collective terms of our past two presidents, including their transparency and the effectiveness of their programs.
The MSA executives are preparing their business attire lending program.
The finalized version of the budget will go to full Senate on Wednesday.