Student Senate is the voice of the student body at NWTC on the Green Bay, Marinette, and Sturgeon Bay Campuses. Student Senate represents NWTC students and provides an avenue for students to share feedback, concerns, and suggestions to the college administrators. Student Senate discusses student-related topics with college leadership and jointly work to make your experience at NWTC positive. This relationship results in a stronger college community through collaboration and shared governance.
All students are welcome to attend meetings. Additionally, students are encouraged to add the Student Senate page to their ‘My Organizations’ within Blackboard. The Student Senate Blackboard page contains current and historical agendas and minutes, a discussion board, upcoming meeting dates, and contact information.
Benefits of being active in Student Senate
- Gain valuable leadership experience
- Looks great on resume
- Become familiar with college administration
- Meet students with similar desires to engage and drive change
- Access to college staff and administrators
Spring 2021 Student Senate meetings will be held virtually from 11:30 a.m. to 12:30 p.m. during Eagle Hour on the following Thursdays:
Thursday, February 4, 2021 - Join the Meeting
Thursday, March 4, 2021 - Join the Meeting
Thursday, April 8, 2021 - Join the Meeting
Consider running for a Student Senate Officer Position!
Virtual elections will be held during the October 8th Senate meeting. Details regarding open positions and the election process will be shared on September 10th.
NWTC Student Senate Officers represent the entire student body by running meetings and following-up with student questions and concerns. Officers act as liaisons between their fellow students and college staff/administrators.
Additionally, Senate Officers have the opportunity to represent NWTC at the state level through Wisconsin Student Government.
- Senate Officer meetings: TBA
- Office hours (paid $12/hr), approximately 2 hours per week
- Minimum GPA of 2.5
- Pass background check
- Minimum nine credits recommended
2020-2021 Student Senate Officer Bios