What does a Senator do?
The Student Senate is a body that meets weekly to plan, implement and evaluate college activities and policies that directly impact students. Senators are voting members of the Senate. The opportunities available to a Senator are wide-ranging. Senators serve on campus committees as student representatives, coordinate events and serve the student body directly by scheduling office hours.
Senatorship is a multifaceted learning experience for all students and of specific relevance to those studying political science, business & communication. If you would like to obtain or are seeking to enhance your leadership, communication and/or organizational skills, Senatorship is for you!
Who can be a Senator?
To become an ASB Senator you need to:
- Collect 50 signatures of registered Gavilan students.
- Maintain a cumulative GPA of 2.0 and a minimum of 5 units per semester.
- Submit your name for nomination at a Senate meeting to be confirmed
as a voting member.
Meet your Fall 2012 Senators
I have more questions...
- Excellent! Call, write or visit the ASB office with further inquiries.
- Contact ASB at 408 848-4777