UNMC Student Senate

Blog Facelift

In attempt to make the Student Senate website more accessible and transparent, the site will be receiving a much needed facelift. We are going to provide you with the latest information on what Senate is doing. The menus on the left-hand side are designed to take you right where you want to go. Visit us soon to see what we are getting done for UNMC students!

UNMC Student Senate

The Medical Center Student Senate (MCSS) exists for the purpose of influencing University policy and promoting the interests of all students attending the Medical Center. As the official representative of the student body, the Senate consists of senators from each educational unit of UNMC. Class presidents or vice-presidents automatically serve as senate representatives upon election. At-large senators are elected each year in November by their fellow students in Allied Health Professions, Graduate Studies, Medicine, Nursing, Pharmacy, and Public Health. The president of MCSS serves as a non-voting member of the Board of Regents of the University of Nebraska.

The MCSS office is located in Bennett Hall. Meetings are held monthly and are open to all students and to the public.

If you have questions about the Student Senate, other UNMC student organizations, or the process of starting a new organization or interest group, please contact senate advisor David Carver, Ph.D. at the Counseling & Student Development Center, Bennett Hall, e-mail: dcarver@unmc.edu, phone: 559-7276