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Senate Candidates

Senators are student representatives elected directly by students from each respective academic department. Together with the President and Vice President, the Senate ensures that the student voice is heard and addresses student issues by enacting appropriate legislation.

Per our Student Body Constitution, each academic department is entitled to two Senate seats. Senators are elected by a plurality vote with a minimum of 5 votes.

Below you will find the candidates listed by academic department.

IMPORTANT NOTICE: Only departments with senatorial candidates are listed. You are welcome to enter Write-In candidate names for departments that lack representation. Write-In candidates must (1) fulfil all the requirements of a Senator, and (2) be majoring in the department they would represent. Write-In candidates are elected by a minimum of 5 votes and must have a 2.5 GPA.

Accounting, Economics and Finance

Biology

Communication

History

Kinesiology

Mathematics

Political Science

  • Matt Kirby

    Matt Kirby

    Major: Political Science
    Classification: Sophomore

Psychology, Sociology and Social Work

Security Studies and Criminal Justice