The James Madison College Student Senate was founded in 1993 by Madison students and faculty to serve as the official voice of students within the college. The senate advises the dean and faculty on college issues, provides leadership opportunities to students, and sponsors extra- and co-curricular activities. Senators are elected from the four fields of study within the college and the first-year class, and then sit on at least one of the five standing committees: Academic Programming, Public Relations, University Community and Alumni Relations, Community Service Network, and Social Programing. Elections for the senate are held each spring, except elections for first-year senators which are held each fall.


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