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UWM Student Association Professional Staff Issues

UWM Student Association Professional Staff Issues

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UWM STUDENT ASSOCIATION PROFESSIONAL STAFF (SAPS) OFFICE ISSUES
On April 21, 2013 the UWM Student Association passed the 'Student Association Professional
Staff Non-Renewal Act' as evidenced by the minutes of the meeting and the livestream of the
meeting: http://www.ustream.tv/recorded/32634563 .
To reiterate the issues in the passed legislation:
 On March 10th, 2013 the UWM Student Association
(http://www.ustream.tv/recorded/29895365 and the meeting minutes) changed the SAPS
funding module from three years to a one year module. Then they approved a decrease in
the funding for SAPS to $0.00 for the next fiscal year.
 Again, On April 21, 2013 the UWM Student Association passed the attached 'Student
Association Professional Staff Non-Renewal Act'
 The Student Association Professional Staff (SAPS) Office is an office within the Dean of
Students Office.
 Under UW-System Financial Policy 50 (F50), UWSystem
Financial Policy G15, and the G15
matrix, student services under the Dean of Students Office are not eligible to receive
Segregated University Fee (SUF) funding.
 The Student Association reaffirmed this in the Act in question and the passed act
reallocated the SAPS funds (except those to meet SAPS Director David Stockton's
contractual obligations until June 2013 [3 months after enactment of the act, respecting
University Policy]), to the Senate Finance Committee (SFC) as the segregated university
fee allocations committee (SUFAC) of the University.
 David Stockton is still working within SAPS and being paid with segregated fees.
 As evidenced by the segregated fee plan for Fall 2013
(http://www4.uwm.edu/bfs/depts/bursar/tuition/fall13seg.cfm), the University is charging
UWM students segregated fees for the SAPS office, in direct violation of the Student
Association funding decision.
UWM STUDENT ASSOCIATION PROFESSIONAL STAFF (SAPS) OFFICE ISSUES
On April 21, 2013 the UWM Student Association passed the 'Student Association Professional
Staff Non-Renewal Act' as evidenced by the minutes of the meeting and the livestream of the
meeting: http://www.ustream.tv/recorded/32634563 .
To reiterate the issues in the passed legislation:
 On March 10th, 2013 the UWM Student Association
(http://www.ustream.tv/recorded/29895365 and the meeting minutes) changed the SAPS
funding module from three years to a one year module. Then they approved a decrease in
the funding for SAPS to $0.00 for the next fiscal year.
 Again, On April 21, 2013 the UWM Student Association passed the attached 'Student
Association Professional Staff Non-Renewal Act'
 The Student Association Professional Staff (SAPS) Office is an office within the Dean of
Students Office.
 Under UW-System Financial Policy 50 (F50), UWSystem
Financial Policy G15, and the G15
matrix, student services under the Dean of Students Office are not eligible to receive
Segregated University Fee (SUF) funding.
 The Student Association reaffirmed this in the Act in question and the passed act
reallocated the SAPS funds (except those to meet SAPS Director David Stockton's
contractual obligations until June 2013 [3 months after enactment of the act, respecting
University Policy]), to the Senate Finance Committee (SFC) as the segregated university
fee allocations committee (SUFAC) of the University.
 David Stockton is still working within SAPS and being paid with segregated fees.
 As evidenced by the segregated fee plan for Fall 2013
(http://www4.uwm.edu/bfs/depts/bursar/tuition/fall13seg.cfm), the University is charging
UWM students segregated fees for the SAPS office, in direct violation of the Student
Association funding decision.

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UWM STUDENT ASSOCIATION PROFESSIONAL STAFF (SAPS) OFFICE ISSUES
On April 21, 2013 the UWM Student Association passed the '
Student Association Professional Staff Non-Renewal Act 
' as evidenced by the minutes of the meeting and the livestream of the meeting: http://www.ustream.tv/recorded/32634563 . To reiterate the issues in the passed legislation:
 
 
On March 10th, 2013 the UWM Student Association (http://www.ustream.tv/recorded/29895365 and the meeting minutes) changed the SAPS funding module from three years to a one year module. Then they approved a decrease in the funding for SAPS to $0.00 for the next fiscal year.
 
Again, On April 21, 2013 the UWM Student Association passed the attached '
Student  Association Professional Staff Non-Renewal Act' 
 
 
The Student Association Professional Staff (SAPS) Office is an office within the Dean of Students Office.
 
Under UW-System Financial Policy 50 (F50), UW-System Financial Policy G15, and the G15 matrix, student services under the Dean of Students Office are not eligible to receive Segregated University Fee (SUF) funding.
 
 
The Student Association reaffirmed this in the Act in question and the passed act reallocated the SAPS funds (except those to meet SAPS Director David Stockton's contractual obligations until June 2013 [3 months after enactment of the act, respecting University Policy]), to the Senate Finance Committee (SFC) as the segregated university fee allocations committee (SUFAC) of the University.
 
David Stockton is still working within SAPS and being paid with segregated fees.
 
As evidenced by the segregated fee plan for Fall 2013 (http://www4.uwm.edu/bfs/depts/bursar/tuition/fall13seg.cfm), the University is charging UWM students segregated fees for the SAPS office, in direct violation of the Student Association funding decision.
 
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