Another component of student government are the representatives from various constituencies of the student body. Students can voice and discuss concerns or bring suggestions to Senate representatives. To get involved, contact the Senate at firstname.lastname@example.org or stop by the ASWC office in the Campus Center.
Residence Hall (On-Campus) Representative: The voice for students living on campus. This Representative works in conjunction with Campus Improvements and Activities (CIA) and Residential Life to host two forums per semester in the residence halls and meets regularly with residential life staff to communicate resident concerns.
2015-2016 Representative: Hannah Martin
Commuter (Off-Campus) Representative: Serves as the voice for students who commute to campus. This Representative works in conjunction with the Commuter Student Association (CSA) and meets regularly to discuss issues such as parking, food service, and study areas.
2015-2016 Representative: Michelle Kristin Ordoñez
First-Year Class Council (FCC): Each year, the First-Year Class elects a class president, vice-president, secretary and treasurer. These four offices work with the First-Year Class and ASWC Senate to create events and activities to unite the First-Year class. The FCC president and vice president also serves as FCC representatives in the Senate.
First-Year Class President: Detrick Manning '19
Student Athletic Advisory Committee (SAAC): Organization of and for Division III student athletes. One male and one female SAAC representative serve on Senate.
2015-2016 Representatives: Priscilla Rodriguez and Jacob Contreras
Student Body Representatives: Four student body representatives are elected along with the executive cabinet in April and serve a calendar-year term. The study body representatives serve as the voice of the entire student body, organize topical information sessions and forums, and conduct surveys to gage student concerns.
2015-2016 Representatives: Katie Clendening '17, Lorena Heymans '18, William "John" Parviainen '17, Erica Wendt '18