ASUW Senate: Session XXX


Please join us in HUB 250 on October 2nd, 2024 to kick off the 31st session of the ASUW Student Senate with a quick guide to parliamentary procedure and some practice legislation!

Senate Floor Meetings

Join us weekly for ASUW Student Senate in person or virtually through a synchronous Zoom session. Help us review resolutions of student opinion, direct the ASUW Office of Government Relations’ lobbying efforts, and otherwise make your voice heard at UW! Student Senate meetings are open to all UW students. However you choose to participate in senate meetings, your voice has meaning and impact!

Voting membership includes all active Senators.

Legislative Committees

General Affairs, On-Campus Affairs, Off-Campus Affairs, Academic & Administrative Affairs (AAA), Oversight, and Governance And Verification of Enacted Legislation (GAVEL)

Voting membership as appointed by the Membership Coordinator.

Time: Tuesdays from 5:00 PM to 7:00 PM

Location: HUB 250

Senate Steering Meetings

Join us for meetings of the Committee on Senate Steering during the Fall 2024 Quarter, either in person or through a synchronous Zoom session. These meetings serve to set the agenda for the Senate Floor meetings and review legislative proposals to be introduced to the body!

Voting membership includes the Senate Speaker, Vice Speaker, Membership Coordinator, six legislative Committee Chairs, and representatives from the Board of Directors.

Time: TBD

Location: HUB 303

Contact Us

Each member of the Senate leadership team holds publicly available office hours each week where we are available to respond to any questions, comments, or concerns you may have about legislation or any of our meetings.

Please visit our hours page for more detailed availability on a weekly basis. You can also reach us via email at any of the ASUW addresses listed below:

Speaker | Andal Sridhar –

Vice Speaker | Jacob Gannon –

Membership Coordinator | Erick Jacobsen –

Senate Clerk | TBD –

Advisor | Brendan Chang –

The ASUW Student Senate acknowledges the Indigenous peoples of this land, and the land which touches the shared waters of all tribes and bands within the Suquamish, Tulalip, and Muckleshoot nations, and the Duwamish peoples, whose land our university currently occupies. It is our role and responsibility as guests to understand how our impact entangles the caretakers.

– ASUW Student Senate Land Acknowledgement