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Student Senator Responsibilities
The mission of the Delta College Student Senators is to be a voice for the student body. Through their participation in the Delta College Senate, Student Senators endeavor to improve the effectiveness of the College in addressing student issues.
The Student Senators will serve as a formal link between students and the Delta College Senate. As members of the Delta College Senate, Student Senators act on behalf of the student body:
- To voice student concerns, needs, ideas, and viewpoints of college issues to the Delta College Senate
- To bring innovative ideas and suggestions for change that will benefit the college community.
Your 2013/14 Student Senators/Alternates
- Jordan Drake (Student Senator)
- Emily Dzurka (Student Senator)
- Shirley Reid (Student Senator)
- Monica Feltson (Alternate)
- Laura Levario (Alternate)
- Rebecca Marcott (Alternate)
- Veronica Martin (Alternate)
- Henry Pfundt (Alternate)
Contact a Student Senator
Student senators can be contacted at email@example.com.
Interested in Serving as a Student Senator?
Download Student Senator Application (MS Word Document)
See Student Senator Service Guidelines (MS Word Document)
All Delta College students enrolled in at least 6 credits (including courses in articulation programs) per semester and maintaining a G.P.A. of 2.7 or higher are eligible to run for and serve as a Student Senator. First Semester students are eligible to run, as long as they maintain a 2.7 G.P.A. in their first semester courses.
Student Senators must be elected by the Delta College student body during the annual election held in March. Student Senators serve one Academic year, beginning August 1.
Student senators attend Senate meetings, as well as Student/Senate Liaison committee meetings and other committee meetings, all of which are held on Wednesday afternoons. In addition, student senators are required to hold weekly office hours.
For more information on being a student senator, please contact Shelly Enriquez, Student/Senate Liaison Committee Chair, at firstname.lastname@example.org.