[Phar25] PSEB Voting Window EXTENDED!
Stamey, Shirl R
sstamey at campbell.edu
Tue Mar 8 10:53:00 EST 2022
Happy Tuesday PharmD students!
Due to not receiving the required 2/3 participation from Pharmacy students, we have extended the PSEB Executive Board voting window! The voting link will now close on Wednesday, March 9th at 5 PM.
As of 10:45 am this morning we only have 41% of the student body that has voted, and we must get to at least 67%. Please vote ASAP. If you haven't received emails with the voting link, CHECK YOUR SPAM FOLDER. If we are not able to get to 67% by tomorrow (Wednesday, March 9th), I will start sending individual emails out to the students who have not voted.
Student Affairs Coordinator | Office of Admissions & Student Affairs
Campbell University | College of Pharmacy & Health Sciences
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