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NOV
30
2018

Oregon Student Association’s Response to the Governor’s Recommended Budget for 2019-2021

The Governor’s Recommended Budget for 19-21 does not present a “base budget” and an “investment budget.” It presents a cuts budget and a status quo budget. A true investment that would meet the needs of students would be: • $1 billion for the Public Universities Support Fund •
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MAR
08
2018

Oregon Student Association Legislative Session Wrap Up

The Oregon Student Association had a successful short session passing 10 of 12 priority issues. PASSED Senate Bill 1563 – Tuition Equity 3.0 Removes requirement that students who are not citizens or lawful permanent residents apply for official federal identification document to
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SEP
06
2017

Mental Health Resources by Campus

OSU Corvallis/Albany Help line: Corvallis/Albany Helpline 1: 541.928.6834 Corvallis/Albany Helpline 2: 541.752.0889 Daytime Phone: 541.928.6834 Counseling & Psychological Services at OSU During the summer (June 19-Sept 15), walk-in hours are Monday-Friday 9:30am-3:30pm. Come
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SEP
05
2017

OSA Statement on Termination of DACA

This is a sad day for Oregon, especially the many undocumented students OSA works for. Today, the Trump administration announced the termination of the Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals (DACA) Program. The DACA program has served as a critical lifeline for nearly 11,000
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JUL
10
2017

Capitol Update

Introduction On 7/7/17 the Oregon Legislature passed resolutions to Sine Die, otherwise known as adjourn session. This report is a snapshot of the student victories and missed opportunities. Students were at the center of Oregon politics and were represented at the capitol every
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JUN
09
2017
MAY
25
2017

Transition

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MAY
05
2017

Mid Session Report

Click here to read the Mid Session Review!
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MAY
04
2017

Media Statement

Click here to read OSA’s media statement on proposed revenue plan.
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APR
03
2017

Capitol Update

Priority Issues   Cultural Competency HB 2864 The association has been focusing much of its legislative capacity towards cultural competency in the last couple weeks. We have been working with the Universities and community colleges on agreeing on a cost for the components
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