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Announcements

2011-2012 Student Government Representatives Elected

April 4, 2011

During the most elaborate election process in the Council's history, 19 candidates loaded the ballot in hopes of joining or continuing to serve for the 2011-2012 school year. The record number of candidates put forth a barrage of publicity, flyers and other activities, including the first-ever Candidates Meet & Greet, where students, faculty and staff had the opportunity to meet the candidates and speak with them firsthand. In addition, a record number of voters cast their ballots both online through Genisys and in person at the Student Center during the two-day voting period. A total of 248 voters voted for 10 Senators and nine other students vying for just five positions on the Executive Board, which included tight races between the candidates for President, Secretary, and Treasurer.

Executive Board

  • Miriah Soliz, President
  • Leila Mills, Vice President
  • Hannah Mathew, Secretary
  • Abigail Oduro, Treasurer
  • Elliot Santiago, Chaplain

Senate: Lily Wilson, Biblical and Theological Studies); Alexander Watts, Business; Gabrielle Barrale, Christian Ministry; Ruth Friedman, Cinema-Television; Rae Wilmot, English; Rebecca Faucette, Government; Josh Wilmoth, History; Matt Hart, Leadership and Management; Brett Lonadier, Religious Studies; and Jared O Dell, Theatre.

Students who wish to serve on the Council as elected members must have earned and maintain a minimum cumulative 3.0 GPA, have earned a minimum number of credit hours at Regent (12 for Executive Board and 9 for Senate), and be in good standing with the University. Information about mandatory interest meetings are advertised via email, weekly announcements, and bulletin boards for information about mandatory interest meetings early in the fall semester!

The Regent Undergraduate Council exists to glorify Jesus, serving as student representatives who seek to enhance the spiritual, academic, and social lives of undergraduate students and to work toward unifying the Regent University community.