Endorsed by:

Kappa Sigma ,

Phillip Huynh
Collegiate Senator - Letters & Science
Campus United

STATEMENT

Hey Gauchos!
My name is Phillip Huynh, and I am a second year Political Science and History of Public Policy & Law double major. My pronouns are he/his/him, and I am running to be YOUR next College of Letters & Science Senator with Campus United!
When I first came to UCSB, I was completely blown away by everything this university has to offer. My favorite part about UCSB is the people here—open-minded and diverse intellectuals. However, with a large, diverse student body comes a wide range of varying concerns that need to be addressed. My goal is to ensure that everyone’s voices are heard, and I will address your problems the best I can in order to make your experience here more convenient, easy, and healthy.
MY EXPERIENCE
- Social Chair of the Kappa Sigma Fraternity
- Alumni Relations Chair of the Kappa Sigma Fraternity
GOALS
- INSTITUTE a pop-up Food Bank supplied with affordable and healthy food and refreshments for late night studies (12am-6am) near the library during Finals Week

- FUND psychodiagnostics testing in CAPS in order to accurately assess and alleviate the mental health issues of students

- LOWER textbook costs for students by increasing the amount of E-Book Course Reserves in the library and providing open-source textbooks for courses

- INCENTIVIZE student involvement with organizations by working with administrators to designate one hour a week where there will be no classes to make time for club meetings, sports practices, community service, etc.

- TRANSITION to more sustainable practices constructing more Filtered Hydration Stations and Push-Button Sink Faucets for buildings in need of renovation

- EQUALIZE resources and opportunities for all majors in the College of Letters and Science by allocating more funding to underrepresented departments

Don’t forget to VOTE Phillip Huynh #1 for Letters and Science Senator, and vote Campus United down the ballot! Feel free to email me with any questions or feedback at philliphuynh@ucsb.edu.