Executive Council and Senate

Student Government

The Senate

 The Student Government senate is made up of elected representatives from the different communities on campus. Senate elections will be held during the first few weeks of the fall semester.

Hall Senator elections will be held during the All-Hall Meetings at the beginning of the fall semester.

Those interested in running for a Class Senator position may pick up a Candidacy Form from the Office of Student Affairs (Upstairs Haggar).

    • Fall Semester: Candidacy Forms are due by 12 noon on the Friday of the first full week of classes.
    • Spring Semester: Candidacy Forms are due by 12 noon on the first Friday of the semester.

Senate Positions

Residence Halls & Community Senators:

  • Augustine Hall - Andrea Saldivar
  • Gregory Hall - Annie Marcolin
  • Jerome Hall - Nikki Kramer
  • Clark Hall
    • First Floor - Patrick Friddle
    • Second Floor - Kasuanra Eason
    • Third Floor - Benedict Baughman
    • Fourth Floor - Isabelle Melendez-Smith
  • Madonna Hall - Charles Ramsay
  • O'Connell Hall - Mel Branadao
  • Theresa Hall - Vince Roberts
  • Student Apartments - Christian David
  • Holy Trinity Seminary - Steven Chabarria
  • Commuters - Jaime Nenclares
  • International - Amandhi Mathews

Class Senators (4 positions per class):

  • Freshman
    • John Houston Kirby
    • An Le
    • Jacob Harbour
    • John Bartee
  • Sophomore
    • Henry Jaros
    • Thomas Mosemeyer
    • Maggie Larson
    • Ella Sullivan
  • Junior
    • Sarah Baker
    • Joe Griesbauer
    • Alison Pettyjohn
    • Paul Patton
  • Senior
    • Patricia Brennan
    • Tori Fleharty
    • Claire Beckley
    • Thomas Cuda 

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