The Governor has declared that public spaces be effectively closed until May 4th, with a statewide Stay At Home proclamation.
The Viking Union facility falls under the guidelines of a public space and falls under this policy.
For more details on this temporary closure of the Viking Union, and any other coronavirus related information, please visit WWU’s coronavirus resource site


What is the AS Student Senate?

The AS Student Senate serves as the legislative body of the Associated Students of Western Washington University and is comprised of 21 Senators from the eight Colleges on campus, as well as from the general student population. The Senate is not limited in the scope of issues it covers, and these issues can originate from the AS Executive BOD, other AS offices, University committees, within the Senate itself, or directly from students. The group has the ability to draft, approve, and release resolutions on any issues brought before it. They also approve any changes to the charge and charter of the AS Election Board. The Student Senate is part of a bicameral system in the AS, acting as a separate body from the AS Executive BOD. For a visual explanation watch this video.

When and where does the Student Senate meet?

The Student Senate has bi-weekly meetings. Meeting materials for AS Student Senate meetings can be found here.

Who are my Senators?

Each College on Western’s campus has two Student Senators who represent the interests of the students within their College. If you are an undeclared major, there are four At-Large Senators who represent the interests of all students on campus, primarily those who have not yet declared a major at WWU.

Below are the 2019-2020 Student Senators:


Kaitlyn Davidson 

Koby Okezie

Sargun Handa 

Connor Farrand


College of Business and Economics:

Malik Ford 

Michael Proska


College of Fine and Performing Arts:

Ruth Ewald 

Luke Arnold


College of Humanities and Social Sciences:

Nichole Ballard

Ranulfo Molina


College of Science and Engineering:

Kris Aguayo

Elias Bashir


Fairhaven College of Interdisciplinary Studies:

Yeshaia Van Leeuwen

Rukhsar Sadat


Graduate School:

José Cervantes-Aguilar

Patrick Q. Czichas


Huxley College of the Environment:

Logan Moldenhauer

Maya Noesen


Woodring College of Education:

Nathaniel Gaines

Graciela Gomez


Senate Pro-Tempore:

Adah Barenburg


Please feel free to reach out to your Student Senators or the Senate Pro-Tempore with any questions, concerns, or ideas!