The Senate is organized first by a an Executive Committee of seven members who are each in charge of various campus initiatives under the leadership of the President, Chris Jones ‘19. Each Executive Committee member is head of their own separate committee of elected senators whose interests lie in a particular area of campus or internally within senate (Campus Life and Initiatives, Financial Strategy, Club Finance, Academic Initiatives, Club Consulting, Operations, and Public Relations & Marketing) to help accomplish designated tasks more efficiently and effectively.
Get to know your Executive Committee! Each member of the Executive Committee hold special responsibility for a part of the Dickinson College experience – these leaders are your resource for engagement, opportunity and action on campus. Each member holds office hours in the Student Senate Office throughout the week for time to engage with you – please stop by, we want to hear from you!
Reach your senators at email@example.com
Class of 2019
Hometown: Baltimore, MD
Major: Computer Science & Biology
Activities on campus: Senate, Triton, Liberty Cap
I chose to join Student Senate because of the opportunity it affords any student to vocalize their ideas for the campus, and directly partake in the shared governance of the college. I have been a member of the Student Senate since my first semester here, and have served as the Associate Director of the Public Affairs Committee, Director of Academics, and President. I have also served on all but one of the All-College Committees for Dickinson, including the Academic program and Standards Committee (APSC), Information and Technology Services Committee (ITSC), and the Planning and Budget committee (PB). (NEW PARAGRAPH) I encourage all members of the Dickinson student body to become involved with the Student Senate because together we are provided the unique opportunity to not only vocalize concerns and ideas on for campus but also directly partake in the shared governance of the College. Being a member of the Senate means that you will have a voice at the table, a vote on important issues, and the ability to craft the school for not only your class but countless classes and students to come. (NEW PARAGRAPH) Even if Student Government isn’t something you see yourself participating in, there is no wrong way to try to get involved. Any member of campus is invited to come to any of our meetings on Tuesday evenings in the Social Hall.
Class of 2020
Hometown: Three Springs, PA
Activities on campus: Senate, Triton, Liberty Cap, College Choir, Collegium, ALD
I joined Senate because I really wanted to make a difference here at Dickinson. Student Senate has not only allowed me to help students but also provide positive change throughout the entire campus.
Class of 2018
Hometown: Berwyn, PA
Major: Policy Management major, Political Science and Business minor
Study abroad: Bologna, Italy
Activities on campus: Senate, Varsity Field Hockey, Kappa Kappa Gamma, Club Lacrosse
I am a member of Senate because I enjoy being able to work with the Dickinson community and promote the student voice. Being apart of Senate allows you to impact change on campus, and it's very rewarding to work on projects that will benefit the school.
Class of 2018
Hometown: Berwick, PA
Major: Political Science major
Study Abroad: Norwich, United Kingdom
Activities on campus: Plays guitar for the Dickinson Jazz Combo, Blueshirt
I chose to join the Student Senate because it provided the best means for me to have a positive impact on this campus. When I was applying to Dickinson the Shared Governance structure of the college was one of my biggest selling points and I feel privileged to have been given the opportunity to serve on this body since my sophomore year (I tried to join freshman year but lost to the lovely Peter Brooks!).
Class of 2020
Hometown: State Barrington, RI
Major: International Business & Management major, Spanish minor
Activities on campus: Senate, Student Investment Group, Dog House
I chose to join Senate because I wanted to make a valuable impact on the Dickinson Community. Senate allows me to do so on an institutional level so I can improve the student experience on the largest scale possible, which is my goal as Director of Club Consulting. I believe that clubs are an integral part of student life, so I want to ensure that every student has the opportunity to learn, socialize, and create memories though all of the clubs that Dickinson has to offer.
Class of 2018
Hometown: Southport, CT
Major: International Business & Management major
Study Abroad: Malaga, Spain
Activities on campus: Senate, First-Year Mentor, INBM Majors Committee
I was convinced to apply for a senators position in the fall ion my freshman year and have not regretted it since. I have been involved with Senate for all four years I’ve been here and have loved every chance I have gotten to be more involved. During my sophomore year I was the Director of Club Consulting and with the increased amount of responsibility I grew to appreciate the work we completed together as a committee. Now as Director of Campus Life I’m very excited to see what the committee will accomplishes together from continuing past projects to coming up with ones of our own. I chose to be a part of Senate because I wanted to enact change. Hearing students frustrations and having those of my own convinced me that inaction is a form of action and that you have to be willing to be a driving force of change when there isn’t one.
Class of 2018
Hometown: Richmond, VT
Major: International Studies major
Study abroad: Málaga, Spain
Activities on campus: Senate, Women's Club Soccer, Pi Beta Phi, Student Democrats
I chose to join Student Senate my freshmen year because I wanted to meet fellow students and get involved at Dickinson on an institutional level. I have chosen to continue to be involved in Senate because of the relationships it has helped me foster with administrators and the change that we have been able to accomplish over the last three years.