Step up and take the lead
If you want to make a difference, get involved in student government. It’s a great way to develop your leadership skills and enhance the learning environment. Here are just some of the things you can do at Multnomah University:
- Advocate for student needs and interests to the faculty and administration.
- Inform the student body of current campus events.
- Empower student leadership in clubs and government positions.
Our Student Senate consists of full-time, traditional undergraduate students. The executive council consists of the Student Body President, Vice President and the Director of Communication and Finance. The legislative council consists of four senators who represent their respective classes (freshmen, sophomores, juniors and seniors).
Our desire is that every voice is heard and that our voices together make a difference in the school and the community.
Want to be a part of student government?
An elected position allows you to directly impact the student body. As an active member of student government, you have the opportunity to develop as a leader in a real and tangible way. Whether through advocating for change at Multnomah, helping a new club begin, or creating a new Multnomah tradition, you can make a difference in the lives of students. Participating in student government can be a rewarding experience socially and spiritually.
Elections for all senate positions are held in April each year.
Contact the current team
We would love to hear from you! You can send the current Student Senate an email at email@example.com.
We also have a Voice Box in the JCA lounge by the mailboxes. Please leave us a note with any comments or suggestions. The Student Senate reviews these weekly. Your voice can make a difference!