The AS Senate is the legislative governing body of the Associated Students, otherwise known as the AS Board of Directors. Even if a student is not a voting member of the Senate, anyone is always welcome to voice out their concerns, stay involved, and be informed of the actions that the AS Senate executes on their behalf.

To submit an agenda item, please contact Jennifer Costa, AS Vice President of University Affairs with your name, organization, and details about what you would like to discuss.

Rebecca Harbison

College of Health Sciences and Human Services Senator
Serves as a resource for students within CHSHS.

Claire Larson

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College of Arts, Humanities, and Social Sciences Senator
Organizes and facilitates meetings between students and faculty within CAHSS.
Hi! I’m Claire Larson and I’m a second year who’s majoring in Global Studies. My main job is to organize and facilitate meetings between students and faculty within the college of arts, humanities and social sciences. I’m aiming to connect students with resources that will benefit them in taking the next steps for their future career. This would include a graduate school fair and a career fair. If you have any questions, concerns, comments or ideas please feel free to reach out to me anytime!

Antonio Hernandez

College of Science Senator
Addresses academic concerns within the College of Science

Jack Bates

Undeclared Senator
Informs students on degree options.

Annabel Negrete

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College of Education Senator
Advocates for student concerns within the College of Education.
I am in my senior year at CSUMB; I am a Liberal Studies Major with a Minor in Human Development and working towards becoming a Special Education Teacher. Education is my highest priority, and I am so happy to be a part of making a difference on campus as College of Education Senator. I am ready to work towards positive changes for our College by strongly voicing our needs as hard working students, and members of our campus and community.
Diversity and Inclusion Senator
Advocates for campus inclusivity.
I’m Anisa Dunkley, your 2018-2019 Diversity and Inclusion Senator! I’m a transfer student from the Bay Area and this will be my second year as an otter, fourth year of college. I’m studying Human Development and Family Studies, as well as Psychology. I chose these fields because, they help me make sense out of my passion, people. I love helping and meeting people! I joined Associated Students because I wanted to be a voice, and a connection for underrepresented students on campus. My goal is to help enhance and create communities for us on campus. I’m hoping to put on a variety of fun and expressive events throughout the year that intrigue different communities on campus to come together. I look forward to learning more about our otter community and serving my underrepresented peers!

Anisa Dunkley

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Ava Faithe Castro

Sustainability Senator
Provides solutions for a more sustainable campus environment.

Maddy Maurer

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Basic Needs Senator
Advocates for basic student needs.
Hi y’all! My name is Maddy, I’m a fourth year Global Studies major and this is my third year in Associated Students. The Basic Needs Senator is a brand new position in AS, and I am so excited to serve you this year! I’ll be working on issues including food and housing security, as well as mental well-being and overall financial support. Some of my biggest roles include overseeing and managing the AS Food Pantry, and meeting regularly with our university care manager and the Basic Need Committee. Please don’t hesitate to reach out via email to schedule an appointment during my office hours!