What is the ASGCU Senate?

The ASGCU Senate is a student-run organization responsible for collectively representing and advocating for the 25,000+ traditional on-campus university students. The senate represents student opinion, engages with university administration on policy matters, and initiates new programs and services based on student needs.

There are 10 ASGCU Senators that represent specific dorms and apartments on campus, as well as commuters and first-generation college students. The senators visit each of the locations they represent on a weekly basis and engage with students to bring their opinions directly to senate meetings.

The senate holds biweekly public meetings that all students, staff, and faculty are welcome to attend. At these meetings, the senators highlight their current projects, discuss potential future projects, and debate whether bills presented that night should be passed. Senate meetings will take place in Building 57 Room 235 & 237 biweekly.

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The ASGCU Executive Team is the epicenter of the entire organization. With the President at the helm, the Executive Team sets the direction for the entirety of ASGCU. Last year the student body elected Camden Marasco and Tyson Cantrell as President and Vice President respectively. They are committed to representing the voice of students to the University Administration.

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Amaya De La Cruz

Senate Director, Vice President Elect

Andres Torres

Assistant Senate Director

Andrea Resendiz

Senator - Sonora, Palo Verde, Ponderosa, Oak Creek

Arielle Weber

Senator - Prescott, Camelback, Roadrunner

Delaney Mcgehee

Senator - Cypress, Canyon, North Rim

Ellie Hsu

Senator - Ocotillo, Saguaro, Chaparral, Sedona

Kaleigh Cruickshank

Senator - Papago, Little Papago, Encanto, Agave

Maria Rodriguez Pereira

Senator - Agua Fria, Salt, Verde

Shrijita Shukla

Senator - Diamondback, Cactus, Antelope, Jerome, Turquoise

Tristan John-Jandles

Senator - Commuters

Attend An Upcoming ASGCU Senate Meeting

The ASGCU Senate hosts biweekly meetings in Building 57 (Technology) Room 235 & 237.


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