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MUSC SGA CofC-MUSC Merger Resolution

MUSC SGA CofC-MUSC Merger Resolution

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The Medical University of South Carolina Student Government Association passed a resolution opposing the proposed merger of MUSC and College of Charleston on Wednesday, February 20.
The Medical University of South Carolina Student Government Association passed a resolution opposing the proposed merger of MUSC and College of Charleston on Wednesday, February 20.

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Published by: CharlestonCityPaper on Feb 20, 2014
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 Bill No. 14-08 2013/2014 MUSC SGA Committee: Academic Affairs, Programming Date Submitted: 02/19/2014 Date Approved: 02/19/2014 Author: James Atkison, Stephen Thompson
Resolution in Opposition of South Carolina General Assembly Bill H. 4632 Charleston University Act
Authored by James Atkison, Academic Vice President and Stephen Thompson, Program Vice President Sponsored by Representative Regina Brown, College of Medicine WHEREAS, the Medical University of South Carolina (MUSC) is an academic health center, founded in 1824, with the strategic mission to educate health care professionals and biomedical scientists, conduct research in the health sciences, and provide comprehensive health care; WHEREAS, the College of Charleston is a liberal arts and sciences college, founded in 1770, with the strategic mission to provide academic excellence throughout a broad range of programs,  provide a student-focused community, and embrace the history, traditions, culture and environment of Charleston and the Lowcountry; WHEREAS, the 2012 student population of MUSC was 92% graduate students; WHEREAS, the 2012 student population of the College of Charleston was 90% undergraduate students; WHEREAS, the state of South Carolina provided $52 million or 9% of the total 2012 budget of MUSC while student tuition provided $77 million or 13% of the total 2012 budget of MUSC;
WHEREAS, a White Paper, published August 31, 2013, entitled “
Exploring a New Relationship  between the Medical University of South Carolina and the College of Charleston: Issues to Consider 
,”
finds significant differences between MUSC and the College of Charleston and highlighted several areas of consideration which included student populations; WHEREAS, the South Carolina General Assembly finds that the economy of Charleston has fully transformed from one dependent on military and defense concerns to one of broad diversification demanding a highly trained and multitalented workforce; WHEREAS,
 
Reps. Stavrinakis, Merrill, McCoy, Daning, Crosby, Murphy, Sottile, Gilliard, R.L. Brown, Mack and Harrell of the South Carolina House of Representatives proposed General Assembly Bill H. 4632, known as the Charleston University Act, on February 6, 2014;

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