Chaired by the Executive Vice President, the Student Senate is the legislative branch of SGA. Meetings are on Tuesday evenings at 5:30pm in Room 177 in the Memorial Science Building (with some date/room location exceptions).
Student Body Executive Vice President
Major/Classification: Political Science and Psychology/Senior
Hometown: Georgetown, Kentucky
Hobbies/Interest: Mock Trial, Student Government, and watching sports
The Student Senate ensures that the students of Eastern Kentucky University have a voice in all campus affairs. Student Senators voice student concerns and pursue solutions to those concerns by working with the Faculty Senate, the University administration, and other bodies on campus.
Standing Committees of the Student Senate
- The Student Rights Committee
Chaired by: Michael Beasley
Investigates issues regarding students rights and responsibilities, and monitors issues of student health, safety, and wellness.
- The Academic Affairs Committee
Chaired by: Madison Lipscomb
Addresses issues regarding academics and educational opportunities, and maintains contact with the more than 100 academic departments, programs, and offices.
- The Registered Students Organizations Committee
Chaired by: Victoria Tillman
Administers the Organizational Funding, Aramark Funding, and Diversity Fund programs, which provide more than $50,000 to student groups every year. For information on receiving funds from these programs, click here.
- The Information and Technology Committee
Chaired by: Joe Moore
Monitors issues regarding the use technology and electronic information, and administers the Student Technology Fee Grant, a $100,000 grant program under SGA's control.
- The Residential Affairs Committee
Chaired by: Josh Dunn
Promotes the quality of the residential experience and addresses issues to ensure residential rights.
- The Committee on Committees
Chaired by: John McKinney
The administrative committee of the Student Senate, this committee consists of the Chairs of the standing committees, the Clerk & Historian, and the Sergeant-At-Arms.