LCR Plan

Student Government Association – The LCR Plan

Step 1
    Schedule the first meeting with the administration concerning the issues at hand.  The Senate/Executive Board will meet with him or her; to obtain information about the rules and regulations, to ask questions, and to receive definite answers.
*Notes will be taken at this meeting. (Tape recorder)

Step 2
    The Senate/Executive Board will meet in hopes of getting on one accord.  The senate will write down a series of realistic issues where change is needed.  Each point will have a well thought out reason as to why change is needed as well as a suggestion for change.

Step 3
    Schedule the second meeting no longer then three weeks later allowing the individual time to gather answers to any unanswered questions from the first meeting.  Focus only on the discussed issues.  At the end of the meeting ask exactly how long before we will have a response concerning all issues.
*Notes will be taken at all meeting. (Tape recorder)

Step 4
    The Senate/Executive Board Member will then call the individual once a week for the next three weeks.  The Senator/Executive Member will then call the individual once a week for the next three weeks. The Senator/Executive Board Member will request answers to take back to the student body.
*During this time I suggest we inform the student body of SGA’s actions.
(Flyers, Banners, Open House)

Step 5
    If no compromise is meet no questions are answered we then schedule a meeting at the individual’s work place to invite the Senate and Executive Board focusing only on the discussed issues.
*Notes will be taken at all meeting. (Tape recorder)

Step 6
    If no compromise is meet no question are answered we invite the mayor, the media, and the student body to a protest.  I suggest we have pickets available, flyers, and speakers.  Speakers who claim they are for the student body.
Example; elected officials, soon to elected officials, and SGA’s from other Universities.

* I suggest we go all out. If done right the first time we will never have to do it again.  All suggestions are welcome.

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