Rolwing said that earlier in the year, SGA eliminated three committee chairs from the Executive Board, but those positions are being reinstated for fall 2019 after Student Government recognized their value.
Rolwing said he has been reelected Student Government Association president and will serve a second term beginning next fall. This summer, Student Government will hold a planning retreat, and SGA will hold its first fall 2019 meeting in September. SGA is currently in transition, he said, as several members are graduating, and some are moving to senator roles.
In the coming year, the Diversity and Inclusion Committee will initiate efforts to better serve the student body. He also mentioned that Student Government has provided funding to help support Southeast’s new eSports venue that will open in the Towers Complex in fall 2019