Miller said that he wants to make sure that every student's voice on campus is heard.
"I think it is important to reach out to all of the students and make sure that every student's voice is heard," Miller said. "We want to create programs, such as our idea of 'Hokie Connect' program which would be a program for freshman who would have the chance to participate in service committees and many other leadership roles."
Carroll said that SGA4You wants to work to bring a new mentor program to Tech to help freshman students with the transition into college.
"We are working to expand the 'Each One, Reach One' program on campus," Carroll said. "It will make the transition into college easier for freshman students and give them someone to look to who is able to help them along the way."
Miller introduced a new idea for next year that would give students on campus a place to study that would be open all hours of the day.
"UnitedSGA is working with Provost McNamee to start a 24 hour study facility for students on campus," Miller said. "We were talking about where to hold this 24-hour study facility, and our idea was to have it in D2. This is a large open space that would allow students to spread out and work."
Many new ideas and visions were introduced at the debate last evening, and as the discussion died down, the candidates stated why they decided to run on their respectful tickets in the first place.
"Both tickets really do want what is best for the students," Miller said.
Kirsten Kube, UnitedSGA vice presidential candidate, said that she is committed to upholding the traditions at Tech.
"The four of us on this ticket love Virginia Tech," Kube said. " We have had great experiences here, and we want to work diligently to ensure that these experiences are kept and enhanced for all of our fellow students to come."
McCarty closed the debate by saying that he wants to make Tech the best university that it can possibly be.
"If better is possible, good is not enough," McCarty said. "SGA4You believes and knows that it should and can be better for you."
Executive and senator elections are on March 31 and April 1.