Indiana University Archives Exhibits

Student Senate Resolution R-7

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Title Student Senate Resolution R-7

Student Senate resolution condemning the Higher Education Amendment of 1968, which allowed for a student's financial aid to be taken away if they were convicted of a crime involving the disruption of University business. Students saw that amendment as a way for administration to squelch any sort of dissent on campus. In the wake of the fee increases of 1969, financial aid became critical to a much larger segment of the student body.

Taken from Indiana University Student Senate Records, 1938-1979, collection number C206.

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Creator Indiana University Student Senate
Date 1969-04-24
Type Still Image


Indiana University Student Senate, “Student Senate Resolution R-7,” Indiana University Archives Exhibits, accessed July 31, 2021,