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Petitioning Loyola University Chicago

Revise policies to help promote our organizations and programs

Registered student organizations exist at Loyola University of Chicago because they not only enhance the community, but allow students to engage both themselves and others in their passions. While the University works hard to maintain its facilities, registered student organizations (RSOs) are being inhibited from publically promoting their events due to restrictions such as policies and limited availability in terms of space. At Loyola University Chicago, events are not only created to educate one another on important topics or engage one another in one’s mission, but to facilitate friendship and community between students. Yet, there is no purpose for putting in all the hard work for an event unless people attend- a result directly influenced by an organizations ability to promote themselves and their events. This issue could be improved by exploring new ways for us to promote our activities, including flat screens, additional bulletin boards, and adequate advertising space and venues in the new union.

Letter to
Loyola University Chicago
Revise policies to help promote our organizations and programs

Registered student organizations exist at Loyola University of Chicago because they not only enhance the community, but allow students to engage both themselves and others in their passions. While the University works hard to maintain its facilities, registered student organizations (RSOs) are being inhibited from publically promoting their events due to restrictions such as policies and limited availability in terms of space. At Loyola University Chicago, events are not only created to educate one another on important topics or engage one another in one’s mission, but to facilitate friendship and community between students. Yet, there is no purpose for putting in all the hard work for an event unless people attend- a result directly influenced by an organizations ability to promote themselves and their events. This issue could be improved by exploring new ways for us to promote our activities, including flat screens, additional bulletin boards, and adequate advertising space and venues in the new union.