Mission Statement

We are students striving to provide a meaningful college experience through collaboration and involvement. As representatives of the student voice, we will be transparent and relatable in order to create a community of PROUD WOLVERINES!


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UVU Student Council Meeting Schedule

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Student Council meetings are open to anyone to attend. They are held each week in SL 114-UVUSA Council Chambers at 1:00pm. Each meeting generally runs for 60-90 minutes depending on the length of the agenda. Guests are invited to sit in the open seats along the wall. All comments, questions, etc. should be directed to a council member as their designated representatives.

Meeting Minutes

Executive Council & Presidential Reports

The Executive Council consists of the Student Body President, Executive Vice President, Vice President of Academics, and the Vice President of Student Activities. The President and VP's facilitate Student Council initiatives, participate in campus committees, and oversee student programming and projects. The Executive Assistant and the Parliamentarian report directly to the Student Body President and assist with ongoing projects and initiative.

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Zac Whitlock

Student Body President

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VP of Engagement

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Kenzie Womack

VP of Academic Senate

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Caleb Cutler

VP of Student Activities

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Mimi Pepper

Executive Assistant

Independent Branch

The UVUSA Independent Branch strives to unify students through collaboration with other campus student organizations. Together we are able to make an even greater impact by organizing and implementing initiatives focused on civic engagement and global awareness.

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First Yongyun

VP of Engagement


Lina Varionova

Assistant to VP of Engagement

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Tayler Fearn

Inclusion Chair

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Inclusion Ambassador

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Inclusion Ambassador

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Brooke Brady

Public Relations Chair

Activities Branch

The Activities Branch of UVUSA is responsible for infusing campus life with exciting and inclusive events that appeal to a wide variety of Wolverines. Programs are focused on entertainment, arts, special interest groups, Wolverine Pride and tradition.

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Caleb Cutler

VP of Student Activities 

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Kelcee Boehmer

Assistant to VP of Activities

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Alena Black

Entertainment Chair

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Mallory Neuberger

Family Events Chair

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Sydney Reid

Traditions Chair

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Julio Morales

Social Arts Chair

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Couples Events Chair


Senate Branch

Did you know that you have a Student Senate here to help you? The UVUSA Student Senate works directly with the Deans of each school/college to represent the student body on department steering committees. Each senator also serves as a representative for students within their school/college during student council processes, including student fee hearings.

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Kenzie Womack

VP of Academic Senate

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Macy Robbins

School of Business Senator

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Gavin McLaren

College of Engineering and Tech Senator

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Francisco Calderon - Mora

College of Humanities and Social Sciences Senator

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Tiana Vakaafi

College of Health and Public Service Senator

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Katie Shepherd

College of Science Senator

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Braydon Morton

School of Education Senator

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Melody Reid

School of the Arts Senator

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Michael Perez

Assistant to VP of Senate

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