After total inaction during the 1994-95 school year, the ASUA College Advisory

Council is back in action with a $2,000 allocation from undergraduate senate coffers.

Formed in 1993 to represent students on the department level, the CAC is comprised of members of all colleges in the university, giving students a greater voice on academic issues.

"It's not only an outlet for students, but an outlet for faculty," said Kirsten Ingebretson, CAC chair and a political science junior. "We take issues to a university-wide level."

With its new funding, CAC plans to implement a student outreach program at local high schools as well as fund programs for its subordinate councils on the college level.

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