Student Association and Senate

The Student Senate of the College of Southern Idaho is the governing body of the Associated Students. It is the most effective means of communication now available between the college’s students and administration.

The Senate consists of the ASCSI President and Vice-President, and one Senator per every 400 hundred registered students. A Secretary and Treasurer are also appointed each year and attend all Senate meetings and activities.

All CSI students registered for 6 credits or more with a minimum cumulative grade point average of 2.5 are eligible to run for a Senate office. Those wishing to run for office must obtain a petition and a list of campaign regulations and obligations from the Student Activities Office.

The Senate is concerned with all aspects of student life: curriculum development, educational improvement, student-faculty relations, and student activities. The Senate is constantly searching for new ways to involve students in the workings of the college community.