Open Positions


Serving on the Student Government Association is an honor and a privilege. We thank you in advance for considering to apply for one of our open positions within the Student Government Association. Applications for the 65th Session are now open. The Student Government has a few positions still open.

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The Executive Branch

The Executive Branch, leads the vision of the Student Body President and works to further Senate actions and enforce Judicial orders. The Executive Branch manages the programming, scholarships, outreach and engagement efforts for the Association. 

All Seats are Filled

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The Legislative Branch consists of the Student Senate, which establishes policies through legislation and annually allocates more than $9.5 million in student fees. Senators represent specified portions of the Student Body, including each academic college and certain demographics, such as veterans and out of state students.

Open Positions:

  1. Applied Studies Senator (1 seat available)
  2. Business Senator (2 seats available)
  3. Engineering Senator (1 seats available)
  4. Graduate Senator (2 seats available)
  5. International Senator (2 seat available)
  6. Liberal Arts and Sciences Senator (2 seats available)
  7. Military and Veteran Senator (2 seats available)
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Judicial Branch

The Judicial Branch includes the Supreme Court, which is comprised of Justices appointed by the Student Body President and faculty appointed by the Faculty Senate. The Court meets on a case-by-case basis to hear cases submitted by students and to ensure compliance with the Constitution, Bylaws, and Statutes.

All Seats are Filled

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Freshman Leadership Council

The Freshman Leadership Council is an introductory program designed for first-year students to get involved in student organizations, leadership & student government from the very beginning of their college career. These students will have the opportunity to attend a variety of programs put on around campus, while also having avenues to work with the Student Senate to produce meaningful legislation that will enhance the freshman experience and prepare students to take on an active role in leadership in the Wichita State University Community.

All Seats are Filled

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Elections Commission

The Elections Commission is charged with planning and executing of any and all Association elections. Commissioner serve a 2-year term from November - April each year.  

All Seats are Filled

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The Student Fees Commission is responsible for allocating University and Student Support Fees that are charged to all students enrolled at Wichita State University. This Commission has one seat per College and meets once per week starting after Fall Break and until the Hearings in February and March. Commissioners must attend every meeting and must attend Hearing Week.


The Wichita State University Student Government Association does not discriminate in its employment practices, or in its educational programs or activities on the basis of age (40 years or older), ancestry, color, disability, ethnicity, gender, gender expression, gender identity, genetic information, marital status, national origin, political affiliation, pregnancy, race, religion, sex, sexual orientation, or status as a veteran. The following persons have been designated to handle inquiries regarding WSU’s non-discrimination policies: the Institutional Equity and Compliance Director (Telephone: (316) 978-3205), Title IX Coordinator (Telephone: (316) 978-5177), or Equal Opportunity Coordinator (Telephone: (316) 978-3186), each located at Wichita State University, 1845 Fairmount, Wichita, KS 67260, Human Resources Building