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If you could describe Student Senate in one word what would it be? We decided to ask this to our Senators of the 2015/2016 Senate. These were their answers, what will be yours?





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What is Student Senate?

As the official student government, Grand Valley State University's Student Senate works to ensure that the voice of the students is continually heard by the University.

The Student Senate is comprised of 50 students who each serve on one of seven different committees. These seven committees work to enhance student life, academics, and the overall student experience at Grand Valley. Click through the navigation at the top of the page to learn more about each committee.

Join us at General Assembly!

General Assembly meetings of the Senate occur every Thursday of the fall and winter semesters at 4:30pm. Most are held in the Pere Marquette room of the Kirkhof Center on the Allendale Campus. Check here for a detailed schedule and more information.

 

Nominate an individual for Student Senate!

If you think you know a student who would be a good individual for Student Senate, please fill out this form! 


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Alumnae who founded food pantry return for ceremony

Alumnae who founded food pantry return for ceremony

September 23, 2016

Alumnae who founded the student food pantry return to celebrate its new space.

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Upcoming Events

Voting Polls

Rock the Vote

Student Senate

Student Senate will be driving students to Allendale voting polls Nov. 8 all day long! Meet at Kirkhof. Contact senates@gvsu.edu for more information.

Rock the Vote is Friday, September 30 at 5 p.m. at East Lubbers Stadium. Join us for free music, food, and patriotism!

Not a Senator? Not a problem! Feel free to explore our site to see what other ways you can be involved with Student Senate! Also, be sure to join us every Thursday at 4:30 p.m. in Pere Marquette (Kirkhof 2204) for our General Assembly meetings! Public comment is appreciated and encouraged at our weekly General Assembly meetings.