What is Senate?
Texas Woman’s University Student Senate strives to be the liaison between students, faculty and staff as a voice for the students by addressing issues, holding informational forums, and finding solutions to campus related concerns. Student Senate encourages the development of leadership skills and the participation in campus and community activities while upholding the Senate Bylaws and Student Government Association Constitution.
The TWU Senate is the legislative branch of the Student Government Association (SGA) that gathers information from students, faculty and staff to create options and/or choices for rights and positions on campus. TWU Senate serves as a place where students can come and voice their opinion about things going on around campus to improve the University for everyone.
Have an issue, concern, or opinion about TWU? Fill out the Issue Form and let your representative know.
Student Senate General meetings will be held virtually and in person every other Tuesday from 4:00-5:00 p.m. Check Pioneer Engage for specific meeting dates. Meetings are closed. To attend a meeting please email the Student Government Association.
Student Senate 2021-2022 Officers
Senate Pro-Tempore VACANT
Senate Secretary Allajah Lee
Commuter Senator Iyadunni Olakanye
Commuter Senator Cristal Johnson
Non-Traditional Senator Makell Wallace
Non-Traditional Senator VACANT
Residential Senator Elizabeth Ramirez
Residential Senator VACANT
College of Arts and Sciences Senator Sakshee Pande
College of Arts and Sciences Senator Addison (Addi) Stone
College of Business Senator Muriel (Paige) Thornton
College of Business Senator Bridget Hadnot-Roberts
College of Professional Education Senator Ana (Melisa) Serna
College of Professional Education Senator Jennifer Commodore
College of Health Sciences Senator Patricia Amador
College of Health Sciences Senator Jada Price
College of Nursing Senator Albertine McGill
College of Nursing Senator Peace Egar
Advisor Darius Jones
If you are interested in a vacant position please contact the Student Government Association.
Page last updated 3:36 PM, October 4, 2021