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Flu shots through the Health and
Wellness Office are currently being
offered to any student. The cost of
the injection is only $lO.OO. Students
can obtain the shot at any time, ex
cept Wednesday mornings, or Friday
afternoons, and are welcomed on a
call 898-6488 for
walk-in or appointment basis. This
injection lights the respiratory flu and
combats fever, chills, headache, dry
cough, and muscle aches. Restric-
tions may apply to individuals with
particular allergies, or other medical
conditions. To obtain further infor-
mation on this injection, please con
tact the Health and Wellness Center
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IM Deadline: 5-on-5 Basketball-4 p.m
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SPRING 1999 SUPPLEMENTAL STUDENT ACTIVITY FEE COMMITTEE
$19,000 TO BE DISTRIBUTED IN SPRING 1999!!!
The Student Activity Fee Committee is preparing to allocate $19,000 in funds for the Spring
1999 Semester. We invite your suggestions. Please pick up a Suggestion Form at the Reed
Union Building (RUB) Information Desk, the SGA Office, the Office of Student Activities, or
the Office of Student Affairs to suggest uses for the available funding. Funding guidelines are
Excluded from funding consideration are salaries, major building renovations, and construction
of new facilities. Student activity fee revenues cannot be used to replace activities currently
supported through general University funds. Student activity fee revenues may be used for the
CAMPUS ACTIVITIES which enhance out-of-class experiences for students
EQUIPMENT which facilitates opportunities for student involvement and campus-wide
FACILITIES UPGRADES in direct support of out-of-class experiences
PROGRAM SUPPORT to meet campus-wide programming needs, such as lecture series,
music programs, cultural events, and entertainment.
RECREATION, including support for club sports, intramurals, open recreation, and
facilities and equipment which support these needs. *
DIVERSE POPULATIONS AND ISSUES, including programs and activities which support
and/or enhance such diversity and non-traditional activities.
SELECTED SUPPORT SERVICES
Building, no later than Friday. January 22.1999. Questions may be directed to Mr. Ken
Miller, Interim Dean of Student Affairs (ext. 6111) or Buck Goedicke, SGA President (ext.
6220). Thank you in advance for your input.
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FEE FUNDING CATEGORIES
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