As summer holiday comes, I know most of you are preparing for a relaxing and enriching vacation. For international students, I know you can’t wait an extra second to see the lovely faces of your family back in your own country. However, there is one very very important thing to do before you leave the U.S. (I can’t emphasize this enough)! That is the renewal of your I-20 form.
Hi, I’m Tatiana Melendez! (she/hers) I’m a junior VMA Production major with minors in Publishing and Global Post-Colonial Studies. I’ve been a member of Zeta Phi Eta since Fall 2017, and am currently Co-President of FSL Council and serve as the FSL Commissioner for SGA.
I’m here to tell you about 7 Things You Should Know About Emerson’s FSL Community.
Today I want to introduce you the programs and goals Julie and the Center for Spiritual Life have created for the Emerson community. Since the beginning, even during the hiring process for the director for Center for Spiritual Life, Julie has shown enormous passion and love for this community.
I’m going to be talking about the transfer of credits at Emerson because that sure is a tricky process!
As SGA’s Sustainability Commissioner, I am working closely with students’ concerns on the current status of sustainability at Emerson. Sustainability is defined as “avoidance of the depletion of natural resources in order to maintain an ecological balance.” My job is to insure that Emerson is being as eco-friendly as possible.
My name is Daniella Baltazar, I’m a member of the sophomore honors class, and I’m the current Honors Program commissioner on SGA. I’m here to represent you and your concerns! Below is a list of commonly asked questions that I have answered, and I hope you find this useful!
As a way to communicate more regularly with the constituencies they represent, the Commissioners Council decided to create this blog. Every week, a different commissioner will be posting about something pertaining to their role—it may be an update, a survey, or important information for their constituents.