OhioPIRG finances

The financial structure of OhioPIRG, or the Ohio Public Interest Research Group has long been contested because it uses an alternative funding structure that is accessible to any student group who opts for this procedure. Every two years, OhioPIRG re-affirms that the student body feels comfortable and confident of their presence and activism on campus. 

Below you will find a series of documents that outlines exactly where your $8 per student, per semester (waive-able) fee is going to provide a direct source of activism in our local, state, and national government. Please direct specific questions to State Chair, Ilyssa Meyer (imeyer@oberlin.edu).


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