The Associated Students of University of Idaho (ASUI) is the student government at the University of Idaho. It serves the students by working to represent them to the University Administration, as well as State and Federal Governments. Additionally, ASUI enriches the student experience by providing leadership opportunities and events. To achieve these goals, ASUI is divided into two branches, the Senate and the Executive.
The Senate, also known as the Legislative Branch, is made up of student senators that the students elect each semester to represent their wants and needs. Senate is overseen by the Vice President Taylor Williams and the Pro Tempore Patrick Tunison. Learn more about Senate or find a senator here.
The Executive Branch includes ASUI President Max Cowan and the Vice President Taylor Williams. Chief of Staff Liz Brandon oversees the rest of the Executive Branch, comprised of Directors and Student Boards serving specific interests of the student body. Learn more or find the right person to serve a cause here.
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