University president will host an open forum on Wednesday


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Fresno State President Saúl Jiménez-Sandoval speaks at the MLK commemoration.

By Jiselle Cardenas, News Editor

Fresno State has struggled to receive student attendance for campus events, such as the Strategic Planning Town Hall and the student open forum last October.

Next week, students will have another opportunity to voice their concerns and opinions regarding their oncampus experiences directly to administration and student government.

On Feb. 22, Fresno State President Saúl Jiménez-Sandoval and Associated Students Inc. President Caroline Alvarez will co-host an open forum to adhere to student perspectives.

“ASI President Alvarez and I look forward to gathering together and hearing from you,” Jiménez-Sandoval said in a campuswide email to students and faculty.

The forum will take place at 11:30 a.m. on the third floor of the University Library in the Mountain Rancheria Reading Room.

If any accommodations regarding persons with disabilities are needed, or for more information, please contact 559-278-0178 and or [email protected] in advance.