Student Senate meets on Thursdays at 5 p.m. in Foster Room 107. Meetings are open to the public. An open forum is allowed to 5 speakers for 1 minute each on any topic once the meeting begins.
Student Senate functions as the legislative branch of Student Government and exists to advocate on behalf of students to voice the opinion of Baylor students.
These goals are sought and accomplished by 52 representatives elected by the student body to represent each class. Within Student Senate, these members are separated into five standing committees to ensure that the student body is most efficiently represented. These committees include Academic Affairs, Campus Improvements and Affairs, Finance, Operations and Procedures, and Public Relations. Ad Hoc committees also are formed, as needed, to address specific issues and projects.
It is the duty of each member of the Student Senate to accomplish the aforementioned goals by operating as advocates for the student body.
Student Body Internal Vice President