The legislative authority of the Vanderbilt Student Government is housed in the Undergraduate Senate. Composed of 27 voting Senators from every undergraduate school and residential area, the Undergraduate Senate serves to express the voice of the student body on issues of University, state, and national importance. Senators are elected to a one-year term beginning in September of every school year and serving through May of that year. The Senate meets bi-weekly, with the calendar being published at the beginning of each Fall and Spring semester. Meetings are free and open to the public.
The Senate elects their own membership in the form of a Speaker of the Senate at the end of the Spring, and a Deputy Speaker of the Senate in the Fall. Currently, the Senate is chaired by Speaker Kate Petosa, who previously served as Peabody College Senator.
College of Arts and Science
Blair School of Music
School of Engineering
Peabody School of Education & Human Development
FIRST-YEAR RESIDENTIAL SENATORS
East / Memorial House
Hank Ingram House
North / West House
Stambaugh / Sutherland House
UPPERCLASS RESIDENTIAL SENATORS
Mayfield / Chaffin
Greek / Blakemore House
Carmichael Towers I & II
E. Bronson Ingram College
HOW TO ACCESS SENATE RESOLUTIONS
To access the Senate Resolutions, visit the Vanderbilt Student Government AnchorLink documents page here.
Navigate to the 2019-2020 Senate Resolutions by clicking “Senate,” “Resolutions,” then “2019-2020 Academic Year.”