UNH Student Senate

Session XXXVII

Student Senate is the VOICE of the Student Body. Student Senate strives to represent the opinion of the students to the University faculty, staff and administration, as well as the University community and State Legislature. Student Senate believes that ALL students have a right to participate in University decisions and policy-making.

Are you interested in joining Student Senate?

It’s easy! Just ask yourself these questions…

Do you live in a residence hall/facility (including Gables and Woodsides!)?
If so, you need to have a Hall Contract signed in order to be a representative for your constituency. These are located in the Student Senate office in an organizer marked “Forms” and it needs to be signed by your Hall Director or Hall Council President. 
Are you a Non Resident?
A Nonresident is a student who attends UNH but does not live on campus (dorm or residence hall), such as a Commuter or a Greek resident. In the Student Senate office, in an organizer marked "Forms," there is a Nonresident Petition which must be signed and given to the Executive Officer. (P.S. If you live in Durham you are eligible to be a Nonresident Senator, so long as you do not live on campus!)
Once you have completed your respective form, bring it with you to a Senate meeting, every Sunday in Paul College Room 165 at 6pm, where you will be added as a new Senator. If you have any questions, feel free to email the Executive Officer at student.senate@unh.edu.

Elected Representatives


Student Body President

Jonathan Dean
MUB Room 119F
(603) 862-2163

Student Body Vice President

Carley Rotenberg
MUB Room 119F
(603) 862-2163


USNH Board Representative

Lincoln Crutchfield
MUB Room 119B
(603) 862-0304


Student Senate Speaker

Doug Marino
MUB Room 119B
(603) 862-0304