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'''The Associated Students of the University of Washington (ASUW) Student Senate''' is the legislative body of the ASUW. It is responsible for representing the opinions of all students that are members of the ASUW. The Student Senate strives to determine student opinion and form it into the policies of the ASUW.
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http://senate.asuw.org
  
==History==
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The Associated Students of the University of Washington (ASUW) '''Student Senate''' is the opinion-making body of the ASUW. It is responsible for representing all students of the University of Washington.  
The Senate was founded during the summer of 1994 from the foundations of its predecessor, known as the Student Assembly, which was formed in the 1980's. During the Spring 1994 elections, the student body passed by majority vote constitutional reforms proposed by the soon-to-be 1994-95 ASUW President Phil Neiswender. These reforms were in part aimed at making the ASUW a more democratic body by decentralizing power throughout the organization and away from the corporate directors (BOD). The Student Senate was one ramification of those reforms.
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The Senate was built with a diverse membership in mind to ensure that groups throughout campus would be aware of the ASUW's activities, and that the ASUW would be aware of issues affecting students. Its membership includes representatives from the Greek and Multi-Greek systems, residence halls, ASUW commissions, commuter students, and various academic departments, among others. There are also at-large members, the ASUW President's proxy, and liaisons from the Board of Directors.
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=[[History of Student Senate]]=
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The Student Senate was founded during the summer of 1994 from the foundations of its predecessor, known as the Student Assembly, which was formed in the 1980's. During the Spring 1994 elections, the student body passed by majority vote constitutional reforms proposed by the soon-to-be 1994-95 ASUW President Phil Neiswender.
  
Any student registered as a member of the ASUW, though not able to vote, may submit legislation or speak on any issue during the public forum segment of the Student Senate meetings.
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The Senate was built with a diverse membership in mind to ensure that groups throughout campus would be aware of the ASUW's activities, and that the ASUW would be aware of issues affecting students. Its membership includes representatives from the Greek and Multi-Greek Communities, residence halls, ASUW commissions, various academic departments, and students . There are also at-large members, the ASUW President's proxy, and liaisons from the Board of Directors.  
  
The Student Senate is the primary link between the leaders of the ASUW and its members, and is looked to by faculty and administrators alike as the voice of the student body.
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Any student, though not able to vote, may submit legislation or speak on any issue during the public forum segment of the Student Senate meetings.
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The Student Senate is looked to by faculty and administrators alike as the voice of the student body and resolutions passed by the Student Senate are taken as the official postions of University of Washington students.
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==Leadership==
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[[Session XIX]], 2012-2013, Speaker [[Ada Waelder]], Vice-Speaker [[Sean Wilson]]
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[[Session XVIII]], 2011-2012, Chair [[Michelle Nance]], Vice-Chair [[Negheen Kamkar]]
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[[Session XVII]], 2010-2011, Chair [[Bryan Dosono]], Vice-Chair [[Michelle Nance]]
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[[Session XVI]], 2009-2010, Chair [[Jed Bradley]], Vice-Chair [[Sarah Round]]
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[[Session XV]], 2008-2009, Chair [[Jon Solomon]], Vice-Chair [[Lydia Bylsma]]
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[[Session XIV]], 2007-2008, Chair [[Shawn Fisher]], Vice-Chair [[Sameer K. Kanal]]
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[[Session XIII]], 2006-2007, Chair [[Hala Dillsi]], Vice-Chair [[Mikhail Smirnov]]
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[[Session XII]], 2005-2006, Chair [[Alex Kim]], Vice-Chair [[Erin Shields]]
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[[Session XI]], 2005-2005, Chair [[Zachary Tobin]], Vice-Chair [[Karl Smith]]
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[[Session X]]. 2004-2005, Chair [[Cammie Croft]], Vice-Chair [[Aiko Akers]]
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[[Session IX]], 2003-2004, Chair [[Sean Kellogg]]
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==Notable Events & Legislation==
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=Governing Documents=
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[[Student Senate Bylaws]]
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[[Student Senate Rules]]
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=Composition=
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==Voting Membership==
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===ASUW Senate Seats (14):<br />===
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* ASUW [[Student Senate Speaker]]<br />
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* ASUW [[Student Senate Vice Speaker]]<br />
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* ASUW [[Student Senate Membership Coordinator]]<br />
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* [[ASUW President]], or proxy<br />
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* Senator from the [[Asian Student Commission]]<br />
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* Senator from the [[American Indian Student Commission]]<br />
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* Senator from the [[Black Student Commission]]<br />
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* Senator from the [[Gay, Bisexual, Lesbian Transgender Commission]]<br />
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* Senator from the [[La Raza Student Commission]]<br />
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* Senator from the [[Pacific Islander Student Commission]]<br />
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* Senator from the [[Students with Disabilities Commission]]<br />
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* Senator from the [[Women's Action Commission]]<br />
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* Two Senators from the [[GPSS | Graduate and Professional Student Senate]]<br />
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===Dedicated Registered Student Organization ([[RSO]]) Seats (8):<br />===
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* [http://students.washington.edu/bsu/ Black Student Union]<br />
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* [http://students.washington.edu/fnuw/ First Nations]<br />
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* [http://asc.asuw.org/ Asian American Student Union]<br />
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* [http://students.washington.edu/mecha/ MEChA Student Organization]<br />
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* Student Advisory Board<br />
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* [[IFC|Inter Fraternity Council]]<br />
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* [[Panhellenic]]<br />
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* [[RHSA|Residence Hall Student Association]]<br />
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==Non-Voting Membership==
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* Two representatives from the [[Board of Directors]] - the [[Director of Community Relations]] and the [[Director of University Affairs]].<br />
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* One representative of the [[Student Activities Office]].<br />
  
 
==Executive Positions==
 
==Executive Positions==
All Senate executive positions are elected in the final weeks of Spring quarter by secret ballot. They formally assume their roles at the final meeting of Spring quarter over the watchful eye of the outgoing leadership.<br />
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All Senate executive positions are elected in the final weeks of Spring quarter by secret ballot. They formally assume their roles at the final meeting of Spring quarter under the watchful eye of the outgoing leadership.<br />
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'''[[Student Senate Speaker|Speaker]]''' (Formerly: [[Student Senate Chair|Chair]]): The Chair oversees all functions of the Senate and chairs meetings of the Senate and Steering Committee.<br />
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'''[[Student Senate Vice Speaker|Vice Speaker]]''' (Formerly: [[Student Senate Vice Chair|Vice Chair]]): The Vice Chair assumes the responsibilities of the Chair in the absence of the Chair. The Vice Chair also represents the Senate to the BOD and other organizations and oversees all Senate Standing Committees. The Chair may coordinate with the Vice Chair to ensure these duties are carried out.<br />
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'''[[Student Senate Membership Coordinator|Membership Coordinator]]''': The Membership Coordinator is in charges of maintaining membership rosters, overseeing attendance records, and chairing the Membership Committee.<br />
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'''[[Student Senate Clerk|Clerk]]''' (Formerly: [[Student Senate Secretary|Secretary]]): <br />
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'''[[Student Senate Liaisons|Senate Liaisons]]''': Senate Liaisons attend various meetings as voting members. Their main task is to communicate between the Senate and other ASUW entities. They represent Senate interests to the committee, and report on committee activities to the Senate.<br />
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=Committees=
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The Student Senate is composed of a '''Steering Committee''', '''Standing Legislative Committees''', '''Standing Non-Legislative Committees''', '''Select Committees''', and '''Special Committees'''. During the first weeks of Fall Quarter the Senate will elect a chair for each of the standing committees. Each committee sets its own agenda, elects a Vice Chair, and provides reports on its activities to the Senate. The committees distribute projects among Senators. These projects include researching issues as a group, consider legislation that comes before them and providing student representation as Governance appointees for the ASUW on university committees. Because they are smaller and more focused than the Senate as a whole, the committees are able to consider issues in greater depth. The main importance of the committees is that all legislation that comes before the Senate must pass through the appropriate committee. As such, the committees are the heart of the Senate.
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Each Senator is responsible for participation in one legislative or one non-legislative committee.
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See Also: [[Student Senate Committees Prior to Session XVI]]
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==[[Senate Steering Committee]]==
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The Senate Steering Committee governs Senate, sets the agenda and discusses all Organic Acts, as well as refers all other legislation to the proper place. It consists of all other Committee Chairs and Senate Officers, and is Chaired by the Senate Speaker.
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==Legislative Standing Committees==
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'''[[Senate On Campus Student Life Committee|On Campus Student Life]]''': This committee is empowered to consider and write legislation that relates to Student life on campus, including issues related to the residence halls, RSOs, and other non-academic issues. Formerly [[Senate Campus Affairs Committee | Campus Affairs]]. <br/>
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'''[[Senate Off Campus Student Life Committee|Off Campus Student Life]]''': This committee is empowered to consider and write legislation that relates to Student life off campus, including issues related to commuters, tenant and landlord relations, and other issues. Formerly [[Senate Off Campus Affairs Committee | Off-Campus Affairs]].<br/>
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'''[[Senate Academic and Administration Affairs Committee|Academic and Administration Affairs]]''': This Committee is empowered to consider and write legislation that relates to academic issues on or off campus, including how students interact with the administration. Formerly [[Senate Faculty and Administrative Affairs Committee | Faculty and Administrative Affairs]].<br/>
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'''[[Senate General Affairs Committee|General Affairs]]''': This committee is empowered to consider and write legislation that relates to commendations of persons, organizations, or entities the Senate deems worthy, as well as issues relating to other issues that students wish to formulate opinion on. <br/>
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==Non-Legislative Standing Committees==
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'''[[Senate Oversight Committee|Oversight]]''': This committee shall communicate with all Senate Liaisons, reviewing their performance and requesting reports as needed. This committee is empowered to submit a request for information to a member of the Board of Directors. This committee can, with a 50% vote, create a recall motion that will be placed at the top of the agenda for that meeting of the Senate. The Vice Speaker is a member of this committee. <br/>
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'''[[Senate Style, Presentation, and Formatting Committee|Style, Presentation, and Formatting]]''':This committee shall receive all legislation to review them to ensure that they are in the proper format, that their grammar is correct, and that they match the appropriate style for Senate Legislation. The Committee shall also suggest a Legislative Committee to review the legislation. The Senate Speaker is a member of this committee.  <br/>
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'''[[Senate Publicity, Outreach, and Membership Committee|Publicity, Outreach, and Membership]]''': This Committee shall work to promote Senate to the community, coordinate with the Membership Coordinator to train new Delegates and Senators, and review the performance of current Senators. The Membership Coordinator is a member of this committee. Formerly [[Senate Publicity and Outreach Committee | Publicity and Outreach]] and [[Senate Membership Committee | Membership]]. <br/>
  
[[Student Senate Chair|Chair]]: The Chair oversees all functions of the Senate and chairs meetings of the Senate and Steering Committee.<br />
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==Select Committees==
  
[[Student Senate Vice-Chair|Vice Chair]]: The Vice Chair assumes the responsibilities of the Chair in the absence of the Chair. The Vice Chair also represents the Senate to the BOD and other organizations and oversees all Senate Standing Committees. The Chair may coordinate with the Vice Chair to ensure these duties are carried out.<br />
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'''[[Senate Summer Review Committee]]''':
  
[[Student Senate Secretary|Secretary]]: The Secretary is in charge of all administrative functions of the Senate, including maintaining Senate files, writing correspondence and press releases, keeping minutes, tracking legislation, and managing supplies.<br />
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==Special Committees==
  
[[Student Senate Membership Coordinator|Membership Coordinator]]: The Membership Coordinator is in charges of maintaining membership rosters, overseeing attendance records, and chairing the Membership Committee.<br />
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'''[[Senate Officer Review Committee]]''': This committee meets whenever a formal complaint has been filed against a paid Senate Officer. It is charged with recommending whether the [[Board of Directors]] should suspend or reinstate pay to a Senate Officer, as well as with drafting an Organic Act to remove a Senate Officer if necessary. If this committee has not been called by the fifth week of Spring Quarter, it will meet to discuss general related issues and make recommendations. It is chaired by the Senate Liaison to the [[Judicial Committee]].
  
Committee Liaisons: Committee Liaisons attend various ASUW committee meetings as voting members. Their main task is to communicate between the Senate and other ASUW entities. They represent Senate interests to the committee, and report on committee activities to the Senate.<br />
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==Senate Reform==
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The findings of the Senate Reform Taskforce, when presented on the 2005 ballot, were passed with 56.12% of the vote. This was followed by a vote in 2006 to enable the Senate to propose Constitutional Referenda.
  
==Committees==
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On Tuesday, March 6th, 2007, a similar, but internal body (as opposed to a taskforce) was created by [http://senate.asuw.org/legislation/13/OA/OA-13-9.html OA-13-9] The [[2006-2007 Senate Reform Committee | Senate Reform Committee]]. The report was summarized on May 29, 2007 to Senate.
The Student Senate breaks down into five committees, each of which is responsible for a specific area of student government. During the first weeks of Fall quarter the Senate will elect a chair for each of the standing committees. Each committee sets its own agenda, elects a secretary, and provides reports on its activities to the Senate. The committees distribute projects among Senators. These projects include researching issues as a group, consider legislation that comes before them and providing student representation as Governance appointees for the ASUW on university committees. Because they are smaller and more focused than the Senate as a whole, the committees are able to consider issues in greater depth. The main importance of the committees is that all legislation that comes before the Senate must pass through the appropriate committee. As such, the committees are the heart of the Senate. Each Senator is responsible for participation in at least one committee.
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Academic Affairs: The Academic Affairs Committee considers issues pertaining to the academic life of students as well as faculty-related issues. Some issues addressed in the past include curriculum changes, implementation of a minors program, and the importance of instructor evaluations. In the past (when the Senate was the Assembly), this committee took an active role in the discussion of the Cultural and Ethnic Diversity requirement and other proposals that were brought before the Faculty Senate.<br />
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=Types of Legislation=
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'''Resolution''': Statements of student opinion. (Any student can submit a resolution)
  
Campus Life: Campus Life is charged with looking at the issues that affect students that aren't related to academics or legislation. This includes the insurance and housing policies, the food services and special services around campus.<br />
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'''Senate Bill''': Policy recommendations. If approved by the Board they carry the same authority as a Board Bill. (Must be a Senator to submit a Senate Bill)
  
Membership: The Membership Committee deals with all membership-related issues in the Senate. This includes informing Senators of meeting times, recruiting new members and student groups into the Senate, and conducting new member orientations.<br />
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'''Organic Act''': Any legislation which would result in action internal to the Senate, such as a Rule or By-law change, Creation of a Senate Reform Committee or officer elections. (Must be a Senator to submit an Organic Act)
  
Faculty/Administrative Affairs: This Committee is responsible for looking into the issues on campus that deal directly with the faculty or administration that are not related to curriculum or quality of life issues. This committee may deal with fees, tuition, and administrative policies on equality and discrimination. This is the most politically active of the committees.<br />
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'''Senate Order''': Acts that do not require approval of the Board, such as ordering a Board Recall Election. (Must be a Senator to submit a Senate Order)
  
Projects: The Projects committee has the task of addressing issues or projects that do not readily fit into the framework of the other committees, but still represent the concerns of the Senate. This committee may explore topics and projects from a very wide subject matter. The main purpose of this committee is to work on the issues of concern that would otherwise not be examined within the Senate committees.<br />
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'''Legislative Directive''': Any proposal relating to the ASUW's Legislative Agenda and bills being proposed in State Legislature after the ratification of the Legislative Agenda. If passed, allows the ASUW Lobbyist to lobby as directed. (Must be a Senator or Legislative Steering Committee Member to submitt a Legislative Directive)
  
==Senate Reform Task Force==
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=Websites=
The findings were passed with 56.12% of the vote. This was followed by a vote in 2006 to enable the Senate to propose Constitutional Referenda.
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[http://senate.asuw.org/ Senate Website] <br>
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[https://senate.asuw.org/forum/phpBB2/ Senate Forum]

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http://senate.asuw.org

The Associated Students of the University of Washington (ASUW) Student Senate is the opinion-making body of the ASUW. It is responsible for representing all students of the University of Washington.

Contents

[edit] History of Student Senate

The Student Senate was founded during the summer of 1994 from the foundations of its predecessor, known as the Student Assembly, which was formed in the 1980's. During the Spring 1994 elections, the student body passed by majority vote constitutional reforms proposed by the soon-to-be 1994-95 ASUW President Phil Neiswender.

The Senate was built with a diverse membership in mind to ensure that groups throughout campus would be aware of the ASUW's activities, and that the ASUW would be aware of issues affecting students. Its membership includes representatives from the Greek and Multi-Greek Communities, residence halls, ASUW commissions, various academic departments, and students . There are also at-large members, the ASUW President's proxy, and liaisons from the Board of Directors.

Any student, though not able to vote, may submit legislation or speak on any issue during the public forum segment of the Student Senate meetings.

The Student Senate is looked to by faculty and administrators alike as the voice of the student body and resolutions passed by the Student Senate are taken as the official postions of University of Washington students.

[edit] Leadership

Session XIX, 2012-2013, Speaker Ada Waelder, Vice-Speaker Sean Wilson

Session XVIII, 2011-2012, Chair Michelle Nance, Vice-Chair Negheen Kamkar

Session XVII, 2010-2011, Chair Bryan Dosono, Vice-Chair Michelle Nance

Session XVI, 2009-2010, Chair Jed Bradley, Vice-Chair Sarah Round

Session XV, 2008-2009, Chair Jon Solomon, Vice-Chair Lydia Bylsma

Session XIV, 2007-2008, Chair Shawn Fisher, Vice-Chair Sameer K. Kanal

Session XIII, 2006-2007, Chair Hala Dillsi, Vice-Chair Mikhail Smirnov

Session XII, 2005-2006, Chair Alex Kim, Vice-Chair Erin Shields

Session XI, 2005-2005, Chair Zachary Tobin, Vice-Chair Karl Smith

Session X. 2004-2005, Chair Cammie Croft, Vice-Chair Aiko Akers

Session IX, 2003-2004, Chair Sean Kellogg

[edit] Notable Events & Legislation

[edit] Governing Documents

Student Senate Bylaws

Student Senate Rules

[edit] Composition

[edit] Voting Membership

[edit] ASUW Senate Seats (14):


[edit] Dedicated Registered Student Organization (RSO) Seats (8):


[edit] Non-Voting Membership

[edit] Executive Positions

All Senate executive positions are elected in the final weeks of Spring quarter by secret ballot. They formally assume their roles at the final meeting of Spring quarter under the watchful eye of the outgoing leadership.

Speaker (Formerly: Chair): The Chair oversees all functions of the Senate and chairs meetings of the Senate and Steering Committee.

Vice Speaker (Formerly: Vice Chair): The Vice Chair assumes the responsibilities of the Chair in the absence of the Chair. The Vice Chair also represents the Senate to the BOD and other organizations and oversees all Senate Standing Committees. The Chair may coordinate with the Vice Chair to ensure these duties are carried out.

Membership Coordinator: The Membership Coordinator is in charges of maintaining membership rosters, overseeing attendance records, and chairing the Membership Committee.

Clerk (Formerly: Secretary):

Senate Liaisons: Senate Liaisons attend various meetings as voting members. Their main task is to communicate between the Senate and other ASUW entities. They represent Senate interests to the committee, and report on committee activities to the Senate.

[edit] Committees

The Student Senate is composed of a Steering Committee, Standing Legislative Committees, Standing Non-Legislative Committees, Select Committees, and Special Committees. During the first weeks of Fall Quarter the Senate will elect a chair for each of the standing committees. Each committee sets its own agenda, elects a Vice Chair, and provides reports on its activities to the Senate. The committees distribute projects among Senators. These projects include researching issues as a group, consider legislation that comes before them and providing student representation as Governance appointees for the ASUW on university committees. Because they are smaller and more focused than the Senate as a whole, the committees are able to consider issues in greater depth. The main importance of the committees is that all legislation that comes before the Senate must pass through the appropriate committee. As such, the committees are the heart of the Senate.

Each Senator is responsible for participation in one legislative or one non-legislative committee.

See Also: Student Senate Committees Prior to Session XVI

[edit] Senate Steering Committee

The Senate Steering Committee governs Senate, sets the agenda and discusses all Organic Acts, as well as refers all other legislation to the proper place. It consists of all other Committee Chairs and Senate Officers, and is Chaired by the Senate Speaker.

[edit] Legislative Standing Committees

On Campus Student Life: This committee is empowered to consider and write legislation that relates to Student life on campus, including issues related to the residence halls, RSOs, and other non-academic issues. Formerly Campus Affairs.
Off Campus Student Life: This committee is empowered to consider and write legislation that relates to Student life off campus, including issues related to commuters, tenant and landlord relations, and other issues. Formerly Off-Campus Affairs.
Academic and Administration Affairs: This Committee is empowered to consider and write legislation that relates to academic issues on or off campus, including how students interact with the administration. Formerly Faculty and Administrative Affairs.
General Affairs: This committee is empowered to consider and write legislation that relates to commendations of persons, organizations, or entities the Senate deems worthy, as well as issues relating to other issues that students wish to formulate opinion on.

[edit] Non-Legislative Standing Committees

Oversight: This committee shall communicate with all Senate Liaisons, reviewing their performance and requesting reports as needed. This committee is empowered to submit a request for information to a member of the Board of Directors. This committee can, with a 50% vote, create a recall motion that will be placed at the top of the agenda for that meeting of the Senate. The Vice Speaker is a member of this committee.
Style, Presentation, and Formatting:This committee shall receive all legislation to review them to ensure that they are in the proper format, that their grammar is correct, and that they match the appropriate style for Senate Legislation. The Committee shall also suggest a Legislative Committee to review the legislation. The Senate Speaker is a member of this committee.
Publicity, Outreach, and Membership: This Committee shall work to promote Senate to the community, coordinate with the Membership Coordinator to train new Delegates and Senators, and review the performance of current Senators. The Membership Coordinator is a member of this committee. Formerly Publicity and Outreach and Membership.

[edit] Select Committees

Senate Summer Review Committee:

[edit] Special Committees

Senate Officer Review Committee: This committee meets whenever a formal complaint has been filed against a paid Senate Officer. It is charged with recommending whether the Board of Directors should suspend or reinstate pay to a Senate Officer, as well as with drafting an Organic Act to remove a Senate Officer if necessary. If this committee has not been called by the fifth week of Spring Quarter, it will meet to discuss general related issues and make recommendations. It is chaired by the Senate Liaison to the Judicial Committee.

[edit] Senate Reform

The findings of the Senate Reform Taskforce, when presented on the 2005 ballot, were passed with 56.12% of the vote. This was followed by a vote in 2006 to enable the Senate to propose Constitutional Referenda.

On Tuesday, March 6th, 2007, a similar, but internal body (as opposed to a taskforce) was created by OA-13-9 The Senate Reform Committee. The report was summarized on May 29, 2007 to Senate.

[edit] Types of Legislation

Resolution: Statements of student opinion. (Any student can submit a resolution)

Senate Bill: Policy recommendations. If approved by the Board they carry the same authority as a Board Bill. (Must be a Senator to submit a Senate Bill)

Organic Act: Any legislation which would result in action internal to the Senate, such as a Rule or By-law change, Creation of a Senate Reform Committee or officer elections. (Must be a Senator to submit an Organic Act)

Senate Order: Acts that do not require approval of the Board, such as ordering a Board Recall Election. (Must be a Senator to submit a Senate Order)

Legislative Directive: Any proposal relating to the ASUW's Legislative Agenda and bills being proposed in State Legislature after the ratification of the Legislative Agenda. If passed, allows the ASUW Lobbyist to lobby as directed. (Must be a Senator or Legislative Steering Committee Member to submitt a Legislative Directive)

[edit] Websites

Senate Website
Senate Forum

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