Giving voice to incite growth and progress
Student Senate is a group of students elected and representing various constituencies on campus. The group includes an executive committee (elected at-large among the entire student body), as well as class presidents, and senators representing large groups such as Greek and non-Greek students,students living on or off campus, student athletes, international students, and many others. The group serves as Wittenberg's student government, and actively supports Wittenberg as the liason of students to the administration, and vice versa. Finally, Student Senate is active in bringing student's concerns to fruition, and supporting their views as their voices on campus. All students are welcome to attend open Senate meetings, which occur at 7:00pm Tuesday evenings in the basement of Shouvlin Hall.
Student Senate meets every Tuesday at 7:00 p.m. in the basement of Shouvlin. All meetings are open to members of the Wittenberg community.