President of Senate
The Student Government Association’s Student Senate is a governing body of 60 undergraduate students that represent the interests and well-being of all students at the University of Tennessee. Each academic college and residency classification is represented through senators elected by their fellow students in the annual Student Government Association elections, which are held each spring. Senate meetings are open for all students to attend. The Senate meets biweekly in the Senate Chambers(Student Union Room 169) from 6:15-8:15 P.M.
Vision of Student Senate
Undergraduate Student Senate is to support students by creating and sustaining a positive and inclusive environment in order to bridge gaps that exist on campus, establish an open dialogue between all communities, and serve as and develop ambassadors to encourage growth for all current and future students.
If you are interested in getting involved in the SGA Student Senate, prospective senators should run for their seat in the annual spring SGA Elections. More information and requirements of the election process will be provided during an interest meeting hosted by election commission. Vacant seats are filled upon occurrence and can be applied for here. Vacant seats are also posted on our social media. Any full-time student representing the academic college or residential area from the open seat is eligible to apply. For more information, please contact Mark Hancock at email@example.com.