The Cross-Registered Senator is a position within Student Government that represents Deaf and Hard-of-Hearing students who are attending colleges at Rochester Institute of Technology excluding the college of NTID. This position was proposed by Randal Jackson (Vice President of NTID Student Congress) and the Deaf community. It is classified as a Community Senator. The Cross-Registered Senator position within the Student Government went into effect on April 2010.

Constituency

Enrollment by Degree Programs

BACHELOR OF SCIENCE
College of Applied Science and Technology Number of Students

2013-2014[1]

Engineering Technology (Undeclared) 2
B.S. International Hospitality and Service Management 9
B.S. Packaging Science 11
B.S. Civil Engineering Technology 14
B.S. Computer Engineering Technology 2
B.S. Electrical/Mechanical Engineering Technology 5
B.S. Electrical Engineering Technology 2
B.S. Environmental Sustainability Health & Safety Management 5
B.S. Manufacturing Engineering Technology 2
B.S. Mechanical Engineering Technology 18
Subtotal 70
Saunders College of Business Number of Students

2013-2014

B.S. Business Administration-Accounting 8
Business Undeclared (Undeclared) 2
B.S. Finance 11
B.S. International Business 2
B.S. Management 18
B.S. Management Information Systems 8
B.S. Marketing 3
B.S. New Media Marketing 3
Subtotal 55
College of Science Number of Students

2013-2014

B.S. Applied Mathematics 3
B.S. Applied Statistics 1
B.S. Biochemistry 2
B.S. Bioinformatics 2
B.S. Biology 6
B.S. Chemistry 3
B.S. Environmental Science 10
B.S. Imaging Science 1
B.S. Molecular Bioscience and Biotechnology 8
B.S. Physics 3
Subtotal 39
College of Imaging Arts and Sciences Number of Students

2013-2014

B.F.A. 3D Digital Graphics 2
B.S. Biomedical Photographic Communication 2
B.F.A. Film and Animation 6
B.F.A. Fine Arts-Studio 4
B.F.A. Glass 1
B.F.A. Graphic Design 14
B.F.A. Illustration 4
B.F.A. Imaging and Photographic Technology 1
B.F.A. Industrial Design 12
B.F.A. Interior Design 8
B.S. Media Arts and Technology 2
B.F.A. Medical Illustration 3
B.S. Motion Picture Science 1
B.F.A. New Media Design and Imaging 7
Photographic and Imaging Technology 1
B.F.A. Professional Photographic Illustration 8
B.F.A. Visual Media 1
Subtotal 82
College of Liberal Arts Number of Students

2013-2014

B.S. Sociology and Anthropology 2
B.S. International and Global Studies 3
B.S. Communication 1
B.S. Public Policy 2
B.S. Advertising and Public Relations 7
B.S. Criminal Justice 16
B.S. Economics 2
B.S. Journalism 4
Liberal Arts Exploration (Undeclared) 9
B.S. Museum Studies 3
B.S. Political Science 1
B.S. Professional and Technical Communication 4
B.S. Psychology 32
B.S. Urban and Community Studies 3
Subtotal 89
Kate Gleason College of Engineering Number of Students

2013-2014

B.S. Biomedical Engineering 7
B.S. Chemical Engineering 3
B.S. Computer Engineering 3
B.S. Electrical Engineering 3
Engineering Exploration (Undeclared) 2
B.S. Mechanical Engineering 7
B.S. Industrial Engineering 1
Subtotal 26
Golisano College of Computing and Information Sciences Number of Students

2013-2014

B.S. Applied Networking and System Administration 6
B.S. Computing Security 9
B.S. Information Technology 27
B.S. New Media Interactive Development 3
B.S. Computer Science 17
B.S. Game Design and Development 3
B.S. Software Engineering 4
Computing Exploration (Undeclared) 3
B.S. Networking and System Administration 1
Subtotal 73
University Studies Number of Students

2013-2014

University Studies (Undeclared) 8
B.S. Applied Arts and Sciences 61
College Restoration Program 3
Subtotal 72
College of Health Sciences and Technology Number of Students

2013-2014

B.S. Biomedical Sciences 17
B.S. Nutrition Management 1
B.S. Physician Assistant 2
Subtotal 20
Subtotal Baccalaureate Students in Other Colleges 526


MASTER OF SCIENCE
College of Applied Science and Technology Number of Students

2013-2014[1]

M.S. Environmental Health and Safety Management 1
M.S. Hospitality-Tourism Management 1
M.S. Human Resources Development 2
M.S. Packaging Science 1
Subtotal 5
Saunders College of Business Number of Students

2013-2014

M.B.A. Business Administration 3
M.B.A. Business Administration Executive 1
Subtotal 4
College of Imaging Arts and Sciences Number of Students

2013-2014

M.F.A. Computer Graphics Design 3
M.S.T. Visual Arts 1
M.F.A. Metals and Jewelry Design 1
M.F.A. Visual Communication Design 1
Subtotal 6
College of Liberal Arts Number of Students

2013-2014

M.S. Communication and Media Technology 1
M.S. Criminal Justice 1
M.S. School Psychology 6
Subtotal 8
College of Health Science and Technology Number of Students

2013-2014

M.S. Health Systems Administration 1
Subtotal 1
College of Science Number of Students

2013-2014

M.S. Environmental Science 1
M.S. Bioinformatics 1
Subtotal 2
Kate Gleason College of Engineering Number of Students

2013-2014

M.S. Applied Statistics 1
M.S. Mechanical Engineering 1
M.S. Microsystems Engineering 1
Subtotal 3
Golisano College of Computing and Information Sciences Number of Students

2013-2014

M.S. Computer Science 1
M.S. Information Technology 2
M.S. Networking and System Administration 1
M.S. Software Engineering 1
M.S. Information Science and Technology 1
Subtotal 6
Golisano Institute for Sustainability Number of Students

2013-2014

M. Arch. Architecture 2
M.S. Sustainable Systems 1
Subtotal 3
University Studies Number of Students

2013-2014

M.S. Professional Studies 4
Subtotal 4
Subtotal Graduate Students in Other Colleges 42
Total of Cross-Registered Students 568

History

This section requires expansion.
Years Cross-Registered Senator
2010-2011 Alicia Wooten
2011-2012[2] Jonathan MacDonald
2012-2013 Abubakar Ali
2013-2014 Keith Delk
2014-2015 Trevor Klemp


Voter Demographics

Year Elected Cross-Registered Senator Candidate Total of Students' Vote Student Population Percent of the

Students Voted

Percent of the

Students Didn't Vote

2010 Alicia Wooten 136 516 26% 74%
2011 Jonathan MacDonald 189 535 35% 65%
2012 Bakar Ali 119 557 21% 79%
2013 Keith Delk 170 588 29% 71%
2014 568

Common Issues

References

  1. 1.0 1.1 NTID's 2012 Annual Report. Page 63-69. National Technical Institute for the Deaf. (December 10, 2013). [1]
  2. SG Senate Meeting Minutes. 4/22/2011. Retrieved from: [2]