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Student Senate is Bradley University’s student governing body, and exists to promote and foster an environment conducive to a high quality education and individual development. The Student Senate Executive Board is elected by the Student Body to represent students' voices and oversee Student Senate's functions. It serves as the official liaison to the University administration, bringing student issues to their attention and recommending courses of action. The goal of Student Senate is to provide the best Bradley experience for every single student.
There are many ways to get involved with Student Senate. Student Senators are elected from residence halls and appointed by academic colleges in the fall, with remaining openings filled throughout the year. There are 44 Student Senator positions in Student Senate, to learn more about openings please contact Speaker of the Assembly, Charles Cohen (email@example.com). The Student Senate Executive Board- President, Speaker of the Assembly, Secretary of the Assembly, and Secretary of Finance- are elected by popular vote of the student body every spring. The Executive Cabinet is appointed in the spring by the Student Body President and approved by the General Assembly, and it is comprised of 10 Vice President/Director positions that represent different aspects of campus. For more information on the Student Senate's structure and opportunities, please see our Constitution and Bylaws or contact a member of the Executive Board.
Student Senate has weekly General Assembly (GA) meetings on Mondays from 5-6:30 PM in the Garrett Cultural Center. These meetings bring together the Executive Board, Executive Cabinet, and Student Senators, and feature reports on current events, issues, and initiatives. General Assembly meetings are open to the public and all students are encouraged to attend. There is time for "public comment" during the beginning of GA, during which any student or member of the public can make an announcement or discuss campus concerns. For more information about each week's agenda for GA meetings, check our Facebook/Twitter pages and the Hilltop Happenings.