T he University of Colorado's student leaders said they will focus on issues around affordability, diversity and concealed weapons on campus this spring.
The CU Student Government tri-executives gave a state of the campus address at a Legislative Council Thursday night, informing other campus leaders about the group's focus on moving forward this semester.
Vice President Logan Schlutz said he is currently working on a bill that would make transportation available to disabled students to help them get to and from classes.
Vice President Tyler Quick said he is focused on getting more state funding to keep tuition costs down and supporting future movements to ban concealed weapons from the campus.
President Brittni Hernandez said she's working on several projects to promote diversity on campus, including a points system that would reward faculty who incorporates diversity in classes.
These issues and others will be addressed by CUSG in the coming months.