Learn about the role of student senate, how to make funding requests, and how to contact your senator.
What is Student Senate?
Student Senate is a student governing body whose primary role is to be the voice among students and serve as the link between administration and the student body.
At UJ, Student Senate’s goal is to promote a community of mutual support that seeks respect, cooperation, understanding and goodwill between administration, faculty, staff, and students. At the same time, they seek to establish a measure of self-government deeply rooted in the ideals of service.
By becoming a member of Student Senate, you can make a difference on campus, while developing leadership skills and growing your understanding of civic responsibilities.
Student Senate meets weekly on Tuesdays at 11 a.m. in Unruh-Sheldon 134. Meetings are open to anyone, so feel free to swing by. Please contact your senator with any questions or concerns. You can contact a senate representative at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Senators & Officers
The University of Jamestown Student Senate is composed of five elected members from each of the four classes, a four-member Executive Board, a few ex-officio members, and a staff advisor.
|President:||Peyton Piatz||Vice Pres.:||Daniel Erlandson|
|Treasurer:||Micah Hoke||Secretary:||Sadie Meissner|
|TBD||Leah Kelsch||Makelle Gulleson||Sarah Jenson|
|Levi Greseth||Robert Carlblom||Nicholas Johnson|
|Josiah Penn||Jaxton Wiest||Rylee Brosh|
|Paige Erhardt||Judies Yousa||Jaidyn Sander|
|Gabi Oberg||Megan Vermeersch||Zach Ebsch|