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UNCP SGA Resolution 02

UNCP SGA Resolution 02

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University of North Carolina at Pembroke Student Government Association68
th
Session, 2009 – 2010RESOLUTION 02A RESOLUTION TO BE ENTITLED A RECOMMENDATION FROM THESTUDENT BODY OF THE UNIVERSITY OF NORTH CAROLINA ATPEMBROKE REGARDING TUITION INCREASE FOR THE 2010 – 2011ACADEMIC YEAR 
 
WHEREAS,
the North Carolina General Assembly passed Senate Bill 202, titledAppropriations Act of 2009; and,
WHEREAS,
as stated in the Joint Conference Committee Report on the Continuation,Expansion, and Capital Budgets for Senate Bill 202: Increases annualtuition by the lesser of $200 or 8% at all UNC institutions in FY 2010 – 2011; and,
WHEREAS,
Senate Bill 202 mandates that no campus-initiated tuition increase will beapproved by the Board of Governors for the 2010 – 2011 academic year;and,
WHEREAS,
the mission statement of the University of North Carolina says: “theUniversity shall seek an efficient use of available resources to ensure thehighest quality in its service to the citizens of the State”; and,
WHEREAS,
allowing a legislation-initiated $200 or 8% tuition increase for thefollowing academic year is not in fulfillment of the University’s mission;and,
WHEREAS,
a campus-initiated tuition increase falls within the University’s mission;and,
WHEREAS,
the North Carolina state constitution states: “The General Assembly mayenact laws necessary and expedient for the maintenance and managementof The University of North Carolina and the other public institutions of higher education”; and,
WHEREAS,
there is no guarantee that the $200 or 8% tuition increase will be used for maintenance and management of the University of North Carolina and itsinstitutions; and,
WHEREAS,
a campus-initiated tuition increase will be used for maintenance andmanagement of the respective institutions of the UNC System; therefore beit

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