Student Senate

Student Senate

Welcome to Student Senate!

Student Senate is a driving voice organization that consists of 22 elected Clarion University Student Senators. Their responsibility is to represent the entire student body. Student Senate is vested with all powers of the Clarion Students' Association (CSA) and they allocate the Student Activity Fee revenues with the approval of the President of Clarion University.

The Student Senate office is located in Gemmell 268. It is past the information desk and to the right of the seating areas. Student Senate meets Mondays at 7:30pm in 246 Gemmell. Upcoming meetings will be posted under the events section. These meetings are open to all students, faculty, and staff, so please, come to the meetings if you would like to voice any concern about the campus or are interested in Student Senate.

Becoming A Senator

If you are interested in becoming a Senator, applications will be on the Student Senate's bulletin board or in the office during the end of the spring semester. Also, applications may be available for special elections if a seat needs to be filled. The application consists of basic contact information, a picture of the applicant, and the applicant's platform. After the application deadline, elections occur by voting of the students of Clarion University via CU Connect.

Important Links

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Documents and Forms


Senator Bios/Roster

Meeting Minutes                             

Vision/Mission Statements

Contact Information

Student Senate
268 Gemmell Student Complex
814 393 2318

 Jarrett Boxley
814 393 2318

Marissa Kealey
Vice President
814 393 2318

Dylan Rea
814 393 2318

Taylor Claypool
Vice President, Rules and Regulations
814 393 2318

 Shawn Hoke
814 393 2714

Shelly Wilson
814 393 2211

Student Trustee position

Applications are being accepted for the student trustee position starting Feb. 15. Eligible candidates must be:

  • A full-time undergraduate student who is not a freshman
  • Enrolled for at least 12 semester hours
  • In good academic standing with a 2.0 GPA or above

Here is a guide to better understand the Student Trustee position.

Candidates must submit the application online no later than 5 p.m. on Thursday, March 15. The application must be accompanied by three letters of recommendation and a current resume.

Last Updated 11/22/16