Your opinion matters, our campus matters. We help give you a voice, on a campus built around the individual.
Greetings Fellow Students,
We would like to wish a warm welcome to all incoming students and returning students. Student Senate is excited for this upcoming year as we continue to work with the administration and faculty to improve Ashland University. Even though we are wrapping projects from the past two years do not hesitate to find one of us if you have an issue because Student Senate is here to serve you, the students.
Should you ever have any question, comment, or concern please come to our weekly meetings at 9:30 p.m. in the Conference Rooms located on the Second Floor of the Hawkins-Conard Student Center. Please consult the full list of student senators provided on this website and be informed of who represents you, and we will keep our end of the deal and know who we represent. This will be a great year, and we look forward to what the future will bring to Ashland University.
Ashland University Student Senate
Student Senate Meeting Dates:
Every Tuesday - 9:30 p.m., September—April Location: Student Center, 2nd Floor, Conference Rooms A, B, C & D
Our Mission & What We Do
Student Senate is an organization that strives to serve as a medium for expressing the student opinion and works to promote the campus community.
Student Senate Duties Include:
Passing and enacting any legislation in pursuit of the purpose and objectives established by the Student Senate
Presenting issues of interest or concern to the student body, in addition to acting as a student voice to the University administration
Oversee student organizations and residential units
All campus elections for executive office and the class senators are held in the spring prior to the academic year for which they are elected. Freshman senators and other representatives are elected in the fall. Election Dates: typically, end of September and beginning of April
Maintain a 2.5 cumulative GPA
No academic or disciplinary probation at any time in the preceding semester
Must submit a one-page written essay explaining plans for office