About the Student Body Senate
The Legislative Branch (or Student Body Senate) is composed of sixty-six student leaders who are elected by the student body each year. Our Student Body Senate provides students and organizations with the funds necessary for travel and conference registration, as well as for campus-wide events and projects. Also, through various committees, Senate has great impact on issues that directly regard the Student Body. Student Senators also work on college-specific and/or campus-wide initiatives that better the student experience for UCF Knights!
Senate Meetings during the Fall and Spring Semesters are Thursdays at 7:00 p.m. in the Student Union’s Key West Ballroom.
You can follow along in the senate meeting by clicking on our link to the agenda and legislation documents via Google Drive!
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Speaker of the Senate
The Speaker of the Senate is the residing officer of the Student Body Senate. The Speaker is responsible for the affairs of the Legislative branch and also acts as a liason between the Senate and the Executive and Judicial Branches. The Speaker provides an unbiased opinion.
Senate President Pro Tempore
The Senate President Pro Tempore acts as the Senate Vice President and is responsible for delegating Registered Student Organizations (RSOs) to the Student Senate. The Senate President Pro Tempore leads the charge in the RSO funding process and oversees the Bill process.