Student Government

UW-Marshfield/Wood County has a student government and a collegium comprised of faculty, staff and students.

Student Senate

The Student Senate is the official student governance body on campus. Its purposes include the distribution of more than $159,000 in student monies to various clubs and organizations on campus and representation of the student body in the overall governance of the campus.

2015-16 Senate Officers

President: Graham Pearce
Vice President: Daniel Hughes
VP of  Internal Affairs: Ginger Sternweis
VP of Public Relations: Taylor Ball
Treasurer: Briana Walker
Secretary: Amy Pearce
First Year Executives: Yun Wang, Alex Weisenberger, and Nick Conlan

Meeting Dates - Tuesdays at 12:20 p.m.

  • Open Meetings (Room 131)
    • February 23 
    • March 8, 22
    • April 5, 19
    • May 3
  • Executive Team Only (Room 101)
    • February 16
    • March 1, 15, 29
    • April 12, 26
    • May 10

Senate and Club Forms & Links

Students also have a voice in the statewide institutional governance structure. The UW Colleges Student Governance Council elects three representatives and three alternates who sit on the statewide UW Colleges Senate.

UW Colleges SGC Officers for 2014-15

President: Graham Pearce / UW-Marshfield/Wood County
Vice President:  Wayne Mortenson / UW-Barron County
Financial Director: Christiana Kmecheck / UW-Marinette 
Executive Director: Marly Harmeling / UW-Sheboygan
First Year Officer: Jonathan Watson / UW-Sheboygan

Interim Advisor:  Richard Barnhouse / UW Colleges

Find more information about UW Colleges SGC.