Unite and Ignite
ASUSF Senate strives to ensure that every voice, concern and suggestion to improve USF is heard by addressing the needs of our constituents through compromise and cooperation.
Join Senate Today!
We have open positions for the following:
- School of Nursing & Health Professions Rep
- Senior Class Rep
- Junior Class Rep
- Student of Color Rep
- Transfer Student Rep
- Students with Disabilities Rep
- At-Large Student Rep
ASUSF Town Halls
We want to hear from you! ASUSF is introducing town halls semesterly this year to give you the USF community a better insight of what ASUSF Senate is working on as well as hearing from the administration about different issues on campus. Please join us so that we can create the change that we want to see here at USF.
Fall Town Hall: November 6th | 5:00 p.m - 7:00 p.m. | McLaren 252
Guest Speakers: Jeff Hamrick (Vice Provost, Institutional Budget, Planning, & Analytics), Michael Beseda (Vice Provost for Strategic Enrollment Management), Father Paul Fitzgerald (President), Don Heller (Provost)
Spring Town Hall: February 26th | 5:00 p.m - 7:00 p.m. | McLaren 252
Guest Speakers: TBD
ASUSF Senate has led an initiative to re-brand the ASUSF to better align with our mission, intent, and collective identity. ASUSF stands for the Associated Students of the University of San Francisco. This essentially means all undergraduate students at USF. ASUSF Senate serves as the governing body of ASUSF. We are here to represent your needs and concerns and to move forward initiatives to promote positive change for our community!
Why the Phoenix?
In classical mythology, the phoenix is a unique bird that lives for centuries by rising from its ashes with renewed life. Mirroring the flag and seal for the City of San Francisco, the phoenix stands as a symbol of the city and university's recovery from the devastating 1906 earthquake and fires. Much like the mission of ASUSF, the undergraduate student body, we come together to advocate against and rise above adversity to push forward.