Vision for CU is a campaign for Tri-Executive (Student Body President) of CU Boulder's Student Government. As one of the nation's largest and most autonomous student governments, we want to transform how CUSG serves students at the University of Colorado.
Gaby Aguijosa is a junior majoring in Economics from Boulder, CO. She is currently Vice President of the Nontraditional Student Organization. Her favorite part of campus life is watching Ralphie run before games at Folsom Field.
Narayana Bretholtz is a sophomore double-majoring in Political Science and Anthropology. She is the Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion (DEI) Chair of Delta Gamma Women’s Fraternity, and is involved in the CU Boulder Mock Trial Team. She is from Santa Cruz, California, and her favorite activity is surfing.
Chase Cromwell is a junior studying political science with minors in Speech Language Hearing Sciences and Leadership Studies from Lamar, Colorado. He is a coxswain for Colorado Crew and loves watching the sunset over the flatirons from the boat.
CUSG oversees and administrates a $28M+ budget, hundreds of student jobs, student organization policies, two major student facilities (the UMC and Rec) and much more - yet few students know what happens behind the curtain or have the opportunity to participate. VISION is committed to enforcing existing transparency regulations and implementing broad new measures to publish legislation, agendas, schedules and more online so that students know where their money is going and how CUSG functions. VISION will further directly engage students and organizations in office hours to share our work with our community and seek input from all students.
All students deserve to have a vibrant university experience that respects who they are and feeds their needs socially and academically. VISION will fight for a cultural shift at the university and city level that sees students for what they are: young adults who came to Boulder to learn, grow, and have fun. We will work to better support our student organizations, club sports, transition to off campus living, and campus culture.
Too often, students looking for guidance to transition from high school to freshman year, into off campus living, and then to their career are left searching for resources that are hidden, unhelpful, or downright nonexistent. VISION will fight to create a more extensive life pathway to ensure students have access to the resources and support they need - from understanding dorm life to their navigating first years after they graduate.