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Student Senate

What is Student Senate?

Student Senate is a student advocacy group that serves as the voice of the Sinclair student body. Student Senators who serve on the Student Senate represent and then advocate for changes on campus and solutions to concerns and/or challenges that are brought to their attention by peers.

Click here to review the Student Senate Constitution.

Who is on Student Senate?

There are 10 areas of representation with 2 Student Senators each and 4 four officer positions for a total of 24 members when at full capacity. The 10 areas of representation are academic and geographic based with Senators representing the following areas: each of the 6 career communities (STEM, Business and IT, Liberal Arts and Social Sciences, Creative Studies, Health Sciences, Public Safety and Justice) each of the regional locations (Englewood, Huber Heights and Mason) and pre-college representatives. The 4 officer positions are: President, Vice President, Treasurer and Secretary.

Meet the current Student Senators.

How do I get involved?

If you have a suggestion that you would like to make to the Student Senate on how you think that they can advocate for a better experience at Sinclair, please complete a comment card.

If you would like to become a member of the Student Senate, please complete the application found here.

Contact Information

If you have any additional questions about Student Senate please contact Student & Community Engagement, Building 8, Room 025, Phone 937-512-2509.