The Undergraduate Student Government at ASU's West Campus Senate is the Legislative branch of government. The senate addresses issues which pertain to any aspect of the university and beyond. Legislation is discussed at bi-weekly senate meetings which alternate with bi-weekly committee meetings.
All undergraduate students are invited and welcome to discuss any aspect of their undergraduate experience with the senators in their school, or who serve in a committee which pertains to the issue being discussed. Legislation passed by the Undergraduate Student Government Senate is representative of the voice of undergraduate students.
The Policy Department focuses on events like townhalls, debates, voter registration, political watch parties and more. They are responsible for knowing and communicating the latest changes that occur on the university, state, and national level that will affect our students.
Working With College Councils
Part of the way each Senator is held accountable to their constituents is through their respective College Council. College Councils vary in size, scope, and arrangement from college to college, but generally act as an umbrella student organization to each of the student organizations within that college. College Councils are still being developed here at ASU's West Campus and your input on how they should function and operate would be beneficial to current and future Sun Devils'.
Clubs and Organization Funding
If your student organization would like to receive funding from the Undergraduate Student Government, check back this fall for Senate Appropriation funding.
Want to visit USG West? Contact Elizabeth Chilton at email@example.com to schedule a tour.