Student Senate

The Student Senate serves as the governing body of students and their representative voice in University governance. The Executive Officers are liaisons between students and University personnel. Each organization is represented by a Senator in the Student Senate. Meetings are held every other week and are open to all students. The Student Senate office is located in the Hornung Student Center and can be reached via phone at 923-8515 or via email at:

Student Contact:

Annah Krause, or

Organization Description:

As your representative body, Student Senate believes in making fair and passionate decisions that foster positive social change on campus. We want to ensure that your experience at Marian University is uplifting and inspiring.

Meeting Times:

Located in T205 at 6:00 pm every other Monday on the following days:

  • September 12
  • September 26
  • October 10
  • October 24
  • November 7
  • November 21
  • December 5
  • January 30
  • February 13
  • February 27
  • March 20
  • April 3
  • April 24

What are some of your org’s major events and activities?

Biweekly Assembly Meetings, Student Involvement Fair, Organization Development Day, Senate Week, Big Band, Student Leadership Conference, Student Recognition Banquet.

Why should people join this organization?

Student Senate needs your voice and support in order to transform the campus into a community of better learners and leaders. Leadership positions open to students range from Senators, Committee Student Representatives, Event Volunteers and Executive Board positions.

Who can join?

All full-time undergraduate students have a voice in Student Senate! Whether your a first-year or six-year, your opinions and leadership are valued!


Paul Krikau,

Chris Durkin,


The Panhellenic Council is the governing body of all sororities at Marian University. Each year the council collectively sets goals that assist and the overseeing and improving sorority life. Each executive officer remains unbiased and always has the best interest of the Greek system at the forefront of her goals. The council abides by the Unanimous Agreements as written by the National Panhellenic Council in order to create a more unified and fair sorority system. Meetings are held twice per month and new officers are in place every spring semester via a rotation process. One delegate from each sorority represents her organization at the meetings and takes back the information discussed. The Panhellenic Council is instrumental in overseeing recruitment (both informal and formal) in addition to Greek Week, judicial proceedings, and community service.

Student Contact:

Alexis Nelson,

Meeting Times:

Biweekly meetings at 12 on Mondays in Regina 222.

What are some of your org’s major events and activities?

Formal Recruitment in the Fall, Panhellenic Banquet and Greek Week in the Spring, plus other events throughout the semesters!

Why should people join this organization?

People should join a Greek Organization so that they can be apart of Panhellenic. Panhellenic is the Umbrella organization for the sororities on campus and is a great way for sorority women to come together to work for a common purpose while learning many new skills and how to be a better leader.

Who can join?

Any sorority woman at Marian University is considered a member of Panhellenic.


Pennie Reis,

Residence Hall Association

The Residence Hall Association is the student governance organization that represents and serves the needs of on-campus residents. RHA members assist the Department of Residence Life with programs and help create a positive on-campus community.

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