The Student Association will host a townhall meeting focusing on undergraduate education Monday night in the Jack Morton Auditorium.
The event, which begins at 5:30 p.m., will allow students to ask University President Steven Knapp and the deans of all five schools questions regarding issues with academics on campus.
Geoffrey Louden, SA President Vishal Aswani’s chief of staff, said students should attend the event because, “It is rare to have all the Deans and Dr. Lehman on one stage together, with the ability to ask questions about undergraduate education.”
Executive Vice President elect Jason Lifton said the townhall is an important event for students to attend.
“This event is an important coming together of students and administrators on academics,” Lifton said. “An open line of communication is key when voicing our concerns and events such as this one are a great way to directly discuss academic issues with the people who make key decisions.”