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“ASUA weighs in on grades, greek houses, tuition and fees”

ASUA will vote on a statement arguing against changing the current grading system at its meeting today.

The statement, drafted by Sen. Dominick San Angelo and Sen. Mary Myles, opposing the idea of changing grading at the UA to include a plus and minus system.

The Associated Students of the University of Arizona are also expected to vote on a resolution in favor of the Collegiate Housing and

Infrastructure Act.

The act would allow not-for-profit entities such as sororities and fraternities to make grants to places that provide student housing that are not owned by the university and are not-for-profit.

“”The Collegiate Housing and Infrastructure Act results in safer student housing by encouraging charitable contributions to collegiate housing for installation of life-saving equipment such as fire sprinklers, smoke detectors, and alarm systems,”” according to the statement.

ASUA will also present its 2011 tuition and fee stance.


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