Frequently Asked Questions About Student Assembly

 

1. What's the difference between Student Assembly and Class Council

2. What's the CNUSA objective?

3. Where's the CNUSA located?

4. How can I voice my opinion?

5. Where is the location for an opening meeting?

 

 

1. What's the difference between Student Assembly and Class Council?

Class Council

Each class (2012, 2013, 2014, 2015) has a Class Council that organizes fundraising projects and
activities that promote a sense of community and fellowship within each class. In addition, the Class
Council coordinates major student events such as Homecoming and class elections.

Student Assembly

The Christopher Newport University Student Assembly (CNUSA) promotes the views, furthers the welfare and executes the will
of the student body. To this end, the CNUSA shall enact legislation and resolutions to accomplish these objectives,
supervise and coordinate the execution and allocations of resources for activities of the student body, effect punitive
measures with respect to its rules, and act as the supreme representative body for students to present their view.


2. What's the CNUSA's objective

The Student Assembly’s objective is to advance the will of the student body within all other parts of the University and its
strategic plans.


3. Where's the CNUSA's location

The Student Assembly is located on the third floor of the David Student Union.


4. How can I voice my opinion?

CNU students can come to our general Assembly meetings, as they are open to all students, faculty and
staff. Please feel free to stop by to voice your concerns, hear about what the Student Assembly is fighting
for or to learn about leadership opportunities.

You can also visit cnu.uservoice.com to voice your concern or click here(the survey Google doc)


5. Where is the location for an open meeting?

We have our open meetings in Freeman Center 201 at 5 p.m. every other Monday.