University of Maryland SGA funds campus CPR training, reducing cost for students

March 16, 2018

The University of Maryland’s SGA approved a bill Wednesday night to fund a student CPR training initiative.

The Student Government Association bill will provide a subsidy so that the first 88 students to register for CPR training through University Recreation and Wellness can pay $20 — which is $50 off the original price, said bill sponsor David Rekhtman, a freshman biochemistry and physiology and neurobiology major.

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