Housing Representatives are the largest form of representation in Student Senate. These individuals represent their residence areas to Student Senate and are responsible for reporting on housing issues, including facilities problems. They are also responsible for maintaining a Hall Council, actively communicating with their constituents, coming to General Assembly, and are members of the Senate Housing Committee. They are also required to participate in Dorm Storm toward the end of each quarter.
College Representatives are also voting members in Student Senate. These individuals represent their respective colleges to Student Senate and are responsible for reporting on academic issues. They serve on the Senate Academic Affairs Committee and are also responsible for actively communicating with their constituents, coming to General Assembly, and attending the meeting of another organization each month. Pharmacy and Arts & Sciences each have three representatives while Business, Engineering, and Law each have two.
Cabinet members serve at the discretion of the President of Student Senate who appoints them. They are confirmed by General Assembly at the beginning of each Senate administration. Cabinet is responsible for implementing the vision of the President through their separate positions. There are 17 positions in Cabinet ranging from Treasurer and Parliamentarian to Secretary of Campus Improvement and Secretary of Finance.