Tag: Student Government Association

Ramapo Welcomes Increase in International Students

Photo courtesy of the Roukema Center On Aug. 31 2016, Ramapo welcomed 37 international freshmen and exchange students from 14 countries. The number of international students and the number of countries represented rose by five and three respectively than that for the class of 2019. Why is it that Ramapo […]

Ca$h Corner

Icon courtesy of SGA The Student Government Association’s College Advocates Supporting Higher Education, or CA$H, Committee raises awareness about higher education issues that directly impact us all, especially those that effect our tuition. Every other week, we will discuss a different issue facing higher education. Did you know New Jersey […]

CA$H Corner

Photo courtesy of SGA The Student Government Association’s College Advocates Supporting Higher Education (CA$H) Committee raises awareness about higher education issues that directly impact us all, especially those that effect our tuition. Every other week, we will discuss a different issue facing higher education. The College Affordability Study Commission was […]

Diversity Discussed at State of the Student Address

Photo by Hope Patti The Anisfield School of Business held the State of the Student Address on Thursday, where student life was discussed as part of Higher Education Awareness week. Student Government Association President Alec Weissman gave the address, urging Ramapo students to get involved and take advantage of the […]

Sexual Assault Reported in Bischoff Hall

On Sunday, Nov. 22 a sexual assault was reported to have occurred in Bischoff Hall in the early hours of the morning. The Office of Public Safety was notified and the matter is currently being investigated by law enforcement. Students received a Timely Warning email notifying them of the assault […]

Christie Signs NJTEAM Act

On March 23, 2015, Governor Chris Christie signed Senate Bill A3967 into law. This bill, known as the New Jersey Tuition Equality for America's Military (NJTEAM) Act, will allow all U.S. veterans to pay in-state tuition rates for colleges and universities in New Jersey, independent of their state of permanent residence. According […]

Christie Cuts Funding for Higher Education

On Tuesday Feb. 24, 2015, Gov. Chris Christie delivered his annual State of the Budget Address, which provided a summary of the state’s budget for the upcoming fiscal year. This budget directly affects us as Ramapo College students, since Ramapo receives funding from the state. In this issue, we will […]