Representing the students of the public four-year institutions across the state, UNCASG meets with elected officials in Raleigh to advocate for increased state investment in higher education
to ensure access and affordability to quality education today and tomorrow for all citizens of North Carolina.
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UNCASG encourages all eligible students to not only register to vote, but to be involved and informed citizens by actively engaging in the political process, researching the candidates and issues, and then voting their conscience. This committee works to help students register to vote, locate their voting site, and advocates for voting sites on or near college campuses. For more information about voter registration in North Carolina, visit the North Carolina State Board of Elections.
If you have concerns related to these issues or other higher education governmental issues and would
like UNCASG to address them, please contact VP for Governmental Outreach Nathaniel Jacobs.
Each spring semester UNCASG travels to Washington, D.C. to meet with North Carolina's elected officials and advocate for the students in
the UNC System. Advocacy topics range from financial aid and resources for returning veteran students, campus safety, and support for undergraduate research, to simplification in institutional reporting
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