Student Government Gearing Up on East Liverpool, Salem Campuses

Officers Gearing Up for Projects, Activities in Columbiana County

 

The Undergraduate Student Government organizations on the East Liverpool and Salem campuses are beginning to plan activities to benefit students, as well as projects that provide outreach to the community.

Students are encouraged to attend meetings to share information, ideas or concerns.

Undergraduate Student Government officers for the East Liverpool Campus are (from left) Andrew Prekup, secretary/treasurer; Mark Deemer, president; and Marcus Mick, vice president.

 

     East Liverpool

     Meetings are held at 2:30 p.m. each Thursday in the Dean’s Conference Room in          Purinton Hall.

     Officers:

     President – Mark Deemer

     Vice President – Marcus Mick

     Secretary/Treasurer – Andrew Prekup

 

 

Undergraduate Student Government officers for the Salem Campus are (from left) Corey Trimble, secretary/treasurer; Beth Beverly, president; and Jon McCann, vice president.

 

     Salem

     Meetings are held at 4 p.m. on the first and third Monday of each month in the                Student Lounge.

     Officers

     President – Beth Beverly

     Vice President – Jon McCann

     Secretary/Treasurer – Corey Trimble

 

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Photo A: Undergraduate Student Government officers for the East Liverpool Campus are (from left) Andrew Prekup, secretary/treasurer; Mark Deemer, president; and Marcus Mick, vice president.

Photo B: Undergraduate Student Government officers for the Salem Campus are (from left) Corey Trimble, secretary/treasurer; Jon McCann, vice president; and Beth Beverly, president.

POSTED: Thursday, October 20, 2016 11:30 AM

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