About the Senate






What is the ASGCU Senate?

The ASGCU senate is a student-run organization responsible for collectively representing the 14,000+ traditional students at the university. The senate represents student opinion, engages with university administration on policy matters, and initiates new programs and services based on student need. The senate is the deliberative body from which all authority from ASGCU originates.

What takes place at an ASGCU Senate Meeting?

There is a biweekly ASGCU Senate meeting that all students, staff and faculty are welcome to attend. At these meetings the senators highlight their current projects, discuss potential future projects, and debate whether or not bills presented that night should be passed. These meetings take place in the Engineering Building, room 104.

If you'd like to view our past ASGCU Senate Meeting Agendas, click here.

If you'd like to view our past ASGCU Senate Meeting Minutes, click here.

Who are the ASGCU senators?

For a complete list of our 2017-2018 ASGCU Senators, click here.