UWSA members elect students to represent and serve them in various ways:
Board of Directors
The Board of Directors is made up of student representatives from every faculty on campus and several constituency groups. Faculty Representatives also serve on one of the UWSA’s governance committees, which work to improve the UWSA and come up with new ideas for the UWSA. Directors work and fight for student interests and are dedicated individuals who are always working for full-time undergraduate students. The Board of Directors is also the financial decision-making body of the UWSA.
To see who is representing you on the Board of Directors this year, go to the Board of Directors
Senators are student representatives who sit on the University of Windsor senate. The Senate is the highest academic decision-making body at the University, made up entirely of faculty, staff and students. These students work hard to guide the University on matters such as academic policy.
Board of Governors
The Board of Governors is the highest decision-making body of the university. The UWSA president and one additional student represent the UWSA who represents students at the Board of Governors. The Board of Governors is in charge of all financial decisions made by the university, such as tuition fee rates.