7 p.m. every other Monday
Connell Hall Room 131
Elected members represent the student body to provide a form of government giving students a forum for expression of views, interests, and protection of student rights, and to support student activities on behalf of students at Wayne State College.
The student body government supervises student activities by:
- Providing a forum for the expression of student views.
- Improving student cultural and social welfare.
- Developing better educational standards, facilities, and teaching methods.
- Fostering the recognition of the rights and responsibilities of students to school and community.
To be eligible for the office of Student Senator you must meet ALL of the following requirements:
- Enrolled for at least 12 hours at Wayne State College.
- Completed 12 hours at Wayne State College at the beginning of your term of office.
- Carry a cumulative grade point average of 2.5 or above.
- Must not be on disciplinary probation.
- Pursuing a Senator position for the academic department in which you have a declared major. (For example, an individual majoring in communication would be pursuing a position within the School of Arts and Humanities.)
- Gather signatures from the department or constituency you are representing.
- Attend at least two Student Senate meetings the semester prior to taking position.
- Sign the disclaimer stating you have read and agree to the “Election Rules and Regulations” handbook.
Student Senators for 2022-23
Carter Ossian, President
John Munter, Vice-President
Daisha Hoffman, Secretary
Brett Hilbers, Student Trustee
Liz Blaser, President Pro-Tempore
Ellie Varrucciu, Diversity and Inclusion Representative
Brittany Ellison, Student Activities Board Representative
Belle Vacek, Student-Athlete Advisory Committee Representative
Blaire Hilbers, Undecided Senator
School of Arts and Humanities
School of Business and Technology
School of Education and Behavioral Sciences
School of Science, Health, and Criminal Justice