Student Senate

The Student Senate is the student government at the College. It exists to promote student unity through creating and supporting student interest in extracurricular and co-curricular activities, and to exercise general policy-making authority over student activities and affairs.

The Nashua Student Senate consists of an Executive Board made up of senators from the student body. The Student Senate promotes student activities, allocates and disburses Student Activity Funds, and represents the student voice to the Administration.

Each student at the College has the right and responsibility to participate in student government. There are many options including: running for elective office; sharing your concerns with Senators; and, participating in Senate sponsored activities. Students must be matriculated and in good standing to hold an office. (See Senate Bylaws.) The Senate usually meets bi-monthly at noon and all students are welcome to attend and voice their opinions. Your Senators want to hear from you!