2022 AGM: Submissions for Business Items
Exercise Your Rights!
An annual general meeting is a meeting of the general membership of an organization.
During the CSA’s AGM, undergraduate members review the organization’s performance, discuss our future strategies, vote on policy and bylaw changes that have been made by the Board of Directors since the previous AGM, and discuss business items (motions) made by undergraduates like you.
Have Your Voice Heard!
As an undergraduate student at the University of Guelph, you are a member of the CSA, and the CSA’s mandate is to serve undergraduate students: so you ARE the CSA!
Do you have an idea that could help the CSA achieve its mandate? Or improve our services to undergraduate students? Or strengthen the CSA as an organization? Is there is a community, national, or international issue that you feel the CSA should support or publicly declare our concerns over?
If so, you should consider submitting a business item, in the form of a motion, to the CSA’s 2022 AGM for members to consider and vote on. The CSA Annual General Meeting is an opportunity for undergraduate students, as members of the association, to discuss the year's activities and the direction of the organization.
It's also an opportunity to:
- Review, discuss and approve our audited financial statements
- Approve the CSA auditor for next year
- Discuss and confirm recent changes to the bylaws, as approved by the Board of Directors
- Discuss and vote on motions submitted by undergraduate students
- Ask questions!
Contact the Policy & Transition Manager (PTM) for support or more information: firstname.lastname@example.org.