The University of Florida Student Senate is comprised of 100 senators: 50 based on colleges/classifications, and 50 based on location. These senators are elected by their peers and work for a year-long term to represent their constituencies and make educated decisions based on their behalf. The entire body meets weekly at the Senate Chamber in the J. Wayne Reitz Union to hear issues facing the University of Florida.

Fall Senators (September 2019 -September 2020)

Marcus Nelson
Shannon Locascio
Jadie Fleischer
Lauren Traycik
Gabi Zlatanoff
Samantha Girschick
Annabelle Groux
Feraby Hoffman
Julia Cordover
Lindsay Kaighin
David Kays
Tyler Kendrick
Franco Luis
Evan Begley
Chase Reineke
Alexander Shoaf
Alyssa Stern
Jason Scheuer

Mohammed Faisal
Kevin Marti
Minaal Murshid
Claudia Paola Tio
Ryan Wilder
Kyle Garner
Simon Jee
Santiago Clavijo-Gomez
Dylan Attlesey
Sparsha Muralidhara
Hannah Kim
Tyler Visuvasam
Shawn Zimmer
Aaron Chau
Yanissa Rodriguez
Cat Fabiano
Carlos Estrada
Hannah Elmatouggi
Hunter Hill
Samuel Hodge
Sahil Patel
Andrew Ilken
Lillian Wiggins
Colin Solomon
Angel Silva
Zachariah Chou
Ramon Martinez
Bryan Momin
Noemi Galeano

Spring Senators (March 2020- March 2021)

Karen McGee
Stephen Singleton
Cooper Brown
Hannah Montgomery
Sydney White
Kevin Trejos
Richard Doan
Emery Iannone
Yashasvi Bhat
Zachery Utt
Lizzie Swiersz
Suzanna Barna
Daniel Baez
Casey Mason
Reilly Gallagher
Nagarajan R. Rajagopal
Kristina Askin
Monica Lea
Ethan Jetter
Steffi Baer
Faith Allen
Matthew Rodriguez
Vacant
Christy Louis
Aren Saini
Alanis Gonzalez
Bri Seaberg
Rebekah Shields
Madelyn Sarlo
Bruce Glasserman
Alexis Hanlon
Lee-Ann Tanza
Erik Kienegger
Elizabeth Hartzog
Jake Hagan
Sierra Kantamneni
Blake Robinson
Thomas Wildermuth
Rani LaRue