HOUSTON – LSC-University Park students are taking an active role in their campus community through the President’s Student Forum.
The interactive forum opens a direct line of communication between students and LSC-University Park President Shah Ardalan. Students who attend the event can ask President Ardalan questions about the college, share concerns and opinions, and receive college updates.
“It’s vital that we listen to the needs and concerns of our students so we can continue to improve, and provide the tools and support they need to be successful,” said Ardalan. “Students are at the core of why we do what we do. The forum enables students to get involved, have their voice heard and to make an impact on their campus community.”
“The fact that we as students can voice concerns, suggestions, or even just ideas that will be taken into account truly makes a difference on campus,” said Natalia Arizmendi, SGA President at LSC-University Park.
The second President’s Student Forum was hosted on Sept. 28. Harris County Precinct 4 Commissioner R. Jack Cagle attended the event and shared his mission and role in the community as a local government official with students. Campus police also attended to take questions about the campus carry policy that went into effect Aug. 1.
The next President’s Student Forum is Thursday, Nov. 9, at 2:30 p.m. To learn more about opportunities at LSC-University Park, visit www.LoneStar.edu/UP.
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