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Jeremiah Bowers, Alan Wildeman, Sandra Aversa, Admira Konjic, Ahmed AbdallahUniversity of Windsor and its largest student government celebrate a Memorandum of Understanding between the two (clockwise from lower left): UWSA president Jeremiah Bowers, UWindsor vice-president planning and administration Sandra Aversa, UWSA VP student advocacy Admira Konjic and VP student services Ahmed Abdallah, UWindsor President and Vice-Chancellor Alan Wildeman.

UWindsor student government and administration commit to mutual support

A historic agreement between the University of Windsor and its largest student government keeps students “at the heart of what we do,” says Jeremiah Bowers, president of the University of Windsor Students’ Alliance.

The Memorandum of Understanding signed June 6 addresses issues of accountability, financial relations, and trust, and outlines a process to resolve disputes.

“The UWSA and University are progressively working towards the enhancement of our students and their experience on campus,” Bowers says. “This memorandum addresses conflict through dialogue, and is based on the values of co-operation, respect, and understanding.”

Read the entire document on the UWSA website.