Note: Committee meetings are on recess until August 2014. This page reflects membership of the 2013 - 2014 Student Senate Committees and will be updated in August 2014 to reflect the 2014 - 2015 body. Contact information on this page is up-to-date with the 2014 - 2015 Cabinet.
The Senate Resources Committee is dedicated to developing and maintaining an effective Student Senate. The SRC will ensure efficiency within the organization by servicing its internal dilemmas and by enforcing its established rules. The Student Resources Committee is also responsible for interviewing and appointing applicants to the Student Senate and for enforcing all organizational rules.
Vice President Danielle Meirow, DeMario Bell, Jonathon Cook, Hannah Lentz, Shelbi Rushing, Jeanette Velasco
Meets every Tuesday at 4:30 P.M. in Kirkhof 0042.
Contact Jonathan Cook with questions or concerns.
To effectively administer the Student Life Fund to student organizations for the promotion and enhancement of campus life at Grand Valley State University; evaluate all monetary expenditures and events ensuring Student Life Funds are being used for the enhancement of campus life.
Vice President Samantha Conrad, Nik Catlin, Tyler Tester, Jake Bax, Alek Mizikar, Jorden Simmonds, Logan Wyatt, Tyler Ziola
Meets every Tuesday at 6:00 P.M. in Kirkhof 1104.
Contact Jorden Simmonds with questions or concerns.
To monitor all campus-oriented issues, to inform the Student Senate and administration of these issues and to act as the voice of the students ensuring that their best interests are fulfilled.
Vice President Timothy Layer, Eric Cousins, Sydney Tyus, Calvin Snedeker, Danielle Pickett, Sean O'Melia, Jewel Haji
Meets every Tuesday at 5:00 P.M. in room 135 of the Mary Idema Pew Library.
Contact Eric Cousins with questions or concerns.
To keep a close watch on the changing system of education at GVSU, to maintain close contacts with University academic committees and to ensure a strong student voice in the shaping of academic policies.
Vice President Scott St. Louis, Shannon Blood, Tobias Hutchins, Dave Inda, Michael Jones, Adam Hukkala, Ella Fritzemeier
Meets every Wednesday at 8:00 P.M. in room 0040 of the Kirkhof Center.
Contact Scott St. Louis with questions or concerns.
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To consider and act upon policy, practices and issues; make recommendations to the Senate and University administration; create an open dialogue between the Senate and organizations that have a diverse interest or focus; facilitate awareness and open communication; research and investigate various forms of discrimination against students related to, but not limited to, matters of race, gender, ethnicity, religion, sexual orientation, socioeconomic status, disability, origin and other multicultural matters.
Vice President Anthony Clemons, Cameron Saghaiepour, Jason Vandenberghe, Mackenzie Butler, Jacob Schacht, Rainesha Williams-Fox
Meets every Monday at 6:30 P.M. in room 0040 of the Kirkhof Center.
Contact Rainesha Williams-Fox with questions or concerns.
To provide Grand Valley State University with an awareness of local, state, national and global political issues and affairs; specifically, those issues and affairs which affect or concern students.
Formerly known as Political Affairs.
Vice President Andrew Plague, Terrel Couch, Madelaine Cleghorn, Jacob Johnston, Reuben Peck, Lawrence Williams
Meets every Tuesday at 4:30 P.M. in the Mary Idema Pew Library.
Contact Madelaine Cleghorn with questions or concerns.
Shall act as a liaison between the Student Senate and the student body by informing the Senate of public opinions and concerns of the student body and also by informing the student body of Senate activities. The PRC is also responsible for ensuring an accurate image of the Student Senate and works towards establishing and maintaining a positive relationship with the student body through spoken, written, and visual tactics.
Vice President Emma Moulton, Craig Harris, Jes Hamlin, Kenzie O'Neil, Michelle Nelson, Jose Rodriguez, Jeffrey Sorenson
Meets every Tuesday at 4:00 P.M. in room 135 of the Mary Idema Pew Library.
Contact Tyler Ziola with questions or concerns.