• CSA Senate Logo, designed by Robert Yeagle '15 and adopted by CSA Senate on February 9, 2015.

  • Class of '18 Rep Cruz Morales '18 and Spr. '17 College Council Liaison Riley Irish '19!

  • Welcome to Carleton Class of 2021!

  • CSA Senate in action!

  • Senators engaged in one of Spring Term '17's many intense debates! Photo cred: Eve Liu

  • CSA Executives preside over Senate Meeting

  • CSA Mental Health Working Group working diligently! Spring 2017.

  • Donate to Textbook Exchange at the end of the term!

  • CSA Funding ChartCSA Funding Flow Chart

Welcome to the Carleton Student Association (CSA) Senate, Carleton's cooperative student government of, by, and for students.

As an enrolled Carleton student, you are automatically a member of CSA. The students elected to Senate are here to serve you.

Have an issue you want discussed at Senate?
Email the CSA President by Sunday at 3pm to be put on the next Monday's agenda.

Have a desire to see CSA Senate's guiding document?
See the most current CSA Bylaws here.

Have an event you want publicized?
Fill out the All-Campus email form here (see the all-campus email page here for more details) or fill out the calendar submission form here to add it to the calendar.

Need help with a student group?
See our Student Organization Handbook for information about chartering, funding, and more.

Want to get involved?
Attending a meeting is a great start. Senate meets every Monday night at 7pm in either the Great Hall or Weitz 236 (see the Campus Announcements for meeting location). Meetings are always open to the public.

Apply to open spots on Student committees and Senate here . Contact CSA President Walter Paul with any questions.

Want to know what projects we're doing?
Read up on what on-going working groups and projects are in motion in CSA Senate and get involved yourself here

Have a comment/suggestion/complaint?
Click on our suggestion box.

CSA is on Facebook!
Like our Facebook page here to stay up-to-date on CSA activities and events and get to know your representatives better.