A caucus is an independent body of like-minded individuals who wish to make their voices heard to the Senate on a formal basis. A caucus is not sponsored, chartered, or directed by the Senate and shall not be charged a fee or dues to be recognized by the Senate. With the limited exceptions of Senate requirements for caucus guidelines, as shown below, a caucus is free to create processes and/or procedures without any approval of the Senate.
List of SSCCC Caucuses
Abled Caucus - Inactive
Asian Pacific Islander - Jasmine Prasad
Black Caucus - Lauren Sanders
FISI (Formerly Incarcerated, Currently Incarcerated & System Impacted Student) Caucus - Amada Alvarez
Latinx Caucus - Olivia Garcia-Godos Martinez
Spectrum Caucus (LGBTQ+) - Inactive
STEM Caucus - Allison Schiffmaier
Spectrum Caucus - Priya Vasu
Student Trustee Caucus - Colm Fitzgerald
Sustainability Caucus - Brianna Ross
Women’s Caucus - Sophia Ruiz
Veterans Caucus - Inactive
The Caucus Guidelines provide the definition and purpose of an SSCCC caucus, how to recognize a caucus, application for the caucus, and membership of caucuses.
Use this form to let Caucus chairs know you are interested in participating in a caucus.
This document is used to apply to start an SSCCC affiliated caucus.