track our resolutions Below
Find any of the latest resolutions and other initiatives from HUSC here. Information on campus announcements, resolutions, and statements will be published directly on this website in addition to our other platforms such as instagram!
Date of Final Action
#3 Appeal Student Stipend Resolution
Approved for the appeal of the student leader stipend that the HUSC presidents last year passed.
#2 Capital Improvement
HUSC will reallocate money from the reserve fund into the Capital Improvement Fund to be able to pass more resolutions with monetary ties.
# 9 HUSC Budget 2023-2024
Approved the budget for the HUSC 2023-2024 year.
#1 Aramark Resolution
HUSC advocates for a new company to contract the dining services at Hamline.
#2 | FRC Can Openers
Provide can openers for the canned goods at the FRC
#1 | FRC Fridges
Provide more Fridges for the FRC
#1 | Funds for Food Resource Center (FRC)
Maddie Swanson & Sophia Brown
Delegated $300 funds from HUSC to help provide food accessories to decrease food barriers, such as a microwave, shelf, reusable plates and more
#11 | Amendment on who can run elections
When PAC Chair cannot run the election, a PAC member or an Exec Board member can now run the election
#10 | Can Openers to FRC
Maddie Swanson and Kaia Zeigler
Money will be given to FRC so that they can purchase can openers for student use
#9| Signature Requirement for Campaigning
Requirement of signatures was lowered from 50 to 15 in order to be eligible for Spring election ballot
#8 | By-Law Amendment Process
By-Law Amendments will now move through PAC and GA only once each
#7 | Land Acknowledgment Resolution
S.J. Welch, Mary Stoutenburg
General Assemblies will begin with a land acknowledgment
#6 | Suspend Student Org. Meeting Requirement
Evan Nelsen, Raina Meyer, Kaia Zeigler
Requirement of Student Organizations to host meetings has been suspended due to the pandemic
#5 | Collaboration Fund Resolution
Cecelia Miller, Jessie Luévano, Zach Angstman
Added language to Constitution and By-Laws regarding the Collaboration Fund
#4 | 2020-2021 HUSC Budget
Cecelia Miller and Kaia Zeigler
Budget decision for the 2020-2021 academic year
#2 | Tech. Coordinator Position Resolution
Cecelia Miller and Kaia Zeigler
Tech. Coordinator position in HUSC Exec. Board suspension
#3 | Aramark Resolution
HUSC Executive Board
Sever contact w/ Aramark
#1 | Co-Presidency Resolution
Cecelia Miller, and Kaia Zeigler
Change titles of President and Vice President
Taking the lead in all the ways we can, for as long as we can
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accessibility and transparency
We are committed to ensuring that our campus is accessible to all students, that our resources, classes, and administration are held accountable and aware of our diverse student body.
The COVID-19 pandemic has disrupted many of our students' lives. Students should be fully supported and protected by our administration. We are committed to advocating for proper safety measures and plans that align with our students best interests.
divestments from predatory contracts
HUSC supports and encourages working with our local community and businesses. Engaging in predatory contracts disadvantages student wellness as well as our Midway community.
At HUSC, we believe that our faculty, administration, and policies should consciously reflect the diversity of our student body. It is necessary that we understand the impacts of our statements and policies on the lives of our students.