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    STUDENT SENATE OF WABASH COLLEGE

     CELEBRATING OVER 90 YEARS OF STUDENT GOVERNANCE AT WABASH COLLEGE

Getting involved in Student Government at Wabash College builds leadership skills, expands talents, and connects students who have common interests. The advantage of an environment like Wabash, where self-governance is a way of life, is that students have an opportunity to quickly become leaders around the campus. The Student Senate is responsible for allocating money to the more than 70 student organizations at Wabash College, and is the primary legistlative body of the students. Together with the Senior Council, the Student Senate is endowed with the responsibility of the student self-governance.

 

Constitution of the Student Body of Wabash College

Bylaws of the Sudent Senate of Wabash College

Resolutions and Policies of the Student Senate of Wabash College

 

OFFICERS OF THE STUDENT SENATE & STUDENT BODY

 

President of the Student Body
of Wabash College
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Steven Thomas Henke '12

Vice-President of the Student
Body of Wabash College
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Tyler James Wade '12

Directory of Senators and Standing Committees

List of Recognized Student Organizations

Spending Guidlines & Petition Form for New Clubs Seeking Recognition

Spring 2011 Budget

Purchase Reporting Form

Senate Budget Archive

Financial Policy of the Student Senate

Business Office Guidelines

Minutes from the Previous Senate Meeting

Minutes Archive

Wabash College Homepage

Senior Council of Wabash College


Weekly Meetings: Tuesdays at 7pm Goodrich Room of the Lilly Library

Chairman Pro-Tempore
of the Student Senate
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Colten Craigin '13

Treasurer
of the Student Senate
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Mark Isaac Osnowitz '12

Secretary
of the Student Senate
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Benjamin Cook '14

Wabash Students can e-mail the entire Senate
directly by placing senate in the address

 

The Gentleman's Rule:
The Student is to conduct himself, at all times, both on and off campus,
as a gentelman and a responsible citizen.