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WyoVocal - Launched October 6th!!
WyoVocal is an online platform for students of the University of Wyoming to submit issues/topics they feel need to be addressed on campus. Students will be able to vote in support of and comment on issues/topics submitted through the platform. The ASUW Student Government will be able to more effectively gauge student’s opinion on campus issues through the unique opportunity WyoVocal provides. WyoVocal serves to hold all ASUW Student Government officials more accountable to the University of Wyoming student population as well. Please contact the ASUW Director of Institutional Development (Robert West) at firstname.lastname@example.org for further details or any questions you may have about the WyoVocal platform.
To interact with WyoVocal visit: wyovocal.uservoice.com.
The ASUW Child Assistance Scholarship Application is now open!
Deadline: October 24, 2014 at 5pm - Application here
Nearly one in three students attending UW is a non-traditional student. These students make up a diverse group with a variety of life experiences, backgrounds, skills, responsibilities and needs. To lighten the financial difficulty of students who are parents, the ASUW has created a Child Assistance scholarship. This student must have a child dependent and demonstrate financial need. This scholarship will have a value of $1,000 for one semester and will be awarded the spring semester following application. This year, ASUW will be awarding 10 (ten) $1,000 scholarships. Previous recipients are encouraged to apply again with the understanding that each application will be given equal review and consideration.
What is ASUW? ASUW IS WORKING FOR YOU!
Every fee-paying student is a member of the Associated Students of the University of Wyoming. So, ASUW student government acts as the voice of the students. We urge every student to GET INVOLVED, whether it be in student government or in any number of other student organizations.
ASUW Governmental Structure