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Hello Fellow Students! Your participation makes all the difference, and, as such, I'm more than excited to invite you to Hofstra's annual Town Hall meeting, sponsored by the University Senate and Student Government. Be sure to stop by Wednesday, April 30 in Library Room 246 so you can contribute to improving the University! In case you don't know, Town Hall is a chance for students to express their thoughts and suggestions directly to the senior leadership of Hofstra. President Rabinowitz, Provost Berliner, and Vice President Johnson, among others, sit on a panel and will address your suggestions, then and there, during common hour. This year, however, we're expanding our program! We have some festivities before and we hope to get some additional feedback after. Be sure to stop by and make sure your voice is heard! And of course, pick up some free food while you're there. We hope to see you there! William J. Finnegan Chair of the Student Affairs Committee


Student Government Association University Senate Student Affairs Committee and

University Senate Planning and Budget Committee present

Promoting Successful Outcomes Academics, Student Life, Careers, Graduate School, and more! Students – Be Heard!

This is an opportunity to ask questions, offer input, and receive feedback and answers.


l l a H n TowMeeting Wednesday, April 30, 2014 10 a.m. to 3 p.m.

246 West Library Wing, Axinn Library, South Campus Be sure to join us during Common Hour (11:15 a.m.-12:45 p.m.)for a Q-and-A with President Stuart Rabinowitz Provost Herman A. Berliner and Hofstra Senior Administrators Snacks, beverages, and a light meal will be available. All students are welcome!

Please stop by anytime!

For more information, please contact Caroline M. Schreiner at 516-463-5419 or


Student Town Hall Meeting  
Student Town Hall Meeting