The Senate is comprised of 12 voted in members: eight senators for each of the schools on campus, and four at large senators (for Athletics, Greek Life, Resident Life and Multicultural Affairs). They are responsible for hearing student needs and bringing them to the attention of the president and vice president. They hold power to write legislation and resolutions to change the ASuop constitution via a majority vote. The Senate meets every week on Monday from 4–6 in UC 211.
By being an athlete here at Pacific, I have a good idea of what athletes need and knowing what is going on in the athletic community and on what needs to be done for the community. I'm from Berkeley, California and I am also on the women's basketball team.
I represent the students, fraternities, and RSOs of the Conservatory of Music to student government and university administration. I hope to connect my constituents with wider campus life more thoroughly and effectively than in previous years.
Tuesday: 12pm – 1pm Thursday: 9am – 10am
Represent and advocate for COP students. I am here to help make COP and UOP a better, more productive place.
Hello, I'm Patric Iannucci! I am a Elementary Education Major here at Pacific. I am originally from Venice, California, where I grew up before I came up north. I am here to help the Education department grow and inspire my fellow colleagues to be apart of ASuop.
I like to be active in and around our campus community. As a senator I hope to be a strong resource for all SOECS students.
Monday: 1pm – 3:30pm Wednesday: 1pm – 3:30pm
I’m currently a second year pharmacy student. When I'm not busy studying or doing research I'm knee deep in books and video games. Come in to office hours for concerns or conversations!
Monday: 3pm – 5pm Friday: 3pm – 6pm
I love pineapples, dogs and the color orange. I wear a tiger onesie every Friday. Say hello!
Currently I am a senior majoring in Political Science with minors in international relations and pre-law. My intent is to utilize the inclusive lessons I was able to experience thanks to all the possibilities Pacific has afforded me. I love diversity and believe that is one of the core values we should all hold dear as young education students.
I am currently a second year Political Science and Religious Studies double major. As the Senator for Interfaith I hope to create bridges among the various religious organizations across campus, spread a message of inclusiveness, and encourage cooperation. I look forward to serving the students of Pacific!