NTID Senator represents in Student Government for students who are attending college of National Technical Institute for the Deaf. NTID Senator is classified as an Academic Senator.

Constituency

  1. Each Academic Senator shall, before being elected, gather a number of signatures to be determined by the Standing Rules of the Election Committee from the students enrolled in their college.
  2. Each voter may cast, at most, one vote, and only for a candidate within his/her college.
  3. Shall follow the prescribed procedures of the Standing Rules of the Election Committee.


Enrollment by Degree Programs

NTID Senator may focus on sub-groups of the NTID student populations such as:


NTID Career Exploration Studies Number of Students

2012-2013[1]

Career Exploration (UND) 42
Career Prep Foundation (UND) 78
Subtotal 120
NTID Career-Focused Degrees Number of Students

2012-2013

NTID General (NONDEG) 4
Non-Degree Student (NONDEG) 4
Project Fast Forward (NONDEG) 1
A.A.S. Accounting Technology 16
A.A.S. Applied Computer Technology 29
A.O.S. Applied Computer Technology 61
A.A.S. Arts and Imaging Studies 33
A.O.S. Arts and Imaging Studies 83
A.A.S. Automation Technologies 1
A.O.S. Automation Technologies 2
A.O.S. Business Technology 45
Business Technology (UND) 2
A.A.S. Computer Aided Drafting Technology 3
A.O.S. Computer Aided Drafting Technology 19
A.O.S. Computer Integrated Machining Technology 40
A.A.S. Applied Mechanical Technology 11
Engineering Technologies (UND) 29
A.O.S. Laboratory Science Technology 28
A.A.S. Laboratory Science Technology 27
A.A.S. Administrative Support Technology 16
Subtotal 454
NTID Transfer Associate Degrees Number of Students

2012-2013

A.S. Applied Computer Technology 24
A.S. Applied Liberal Arts 55
A.S. Business 28
A.S. Hospitality and Service Management 7
Subtotal 114
NTID Pre-Baccalaureate Students Number of Students

2012-2013

Pre-Baccalaureate Engineering (UND) 10
Pre-Baccalaureate Visual Communication (UND) 10
Pre-Baccalaureate Liberal Arts (UND) 3
Pre-Baccalaureate Science (UND) 7
Subtotal 30
NTID ASL-English Interpretation Number of Students

2012-2013

ASL-English Interpretation (NONDEG) 4
A.A.S. ASL-English Interpretation 1
B.S. ASL-English Interpretation 162
Subtotal 167
NTID Master of Science in Secondary Education (MSSE) Number of Students

2012-2013

Graduate Teacher (NONDEG) 7
M.S. Secondary Education of Students who are Deaf/Hard of Hearing 49
Subtotal 56
NTID Subtotal 941

History

This section requires expansion.
Years NTID Senator
1980-1981
1981-1982
1982-1983
1983-1984
1984-1985
1985-1986
1986-1987
1987-1988
1988-1989
1989-1990
1990-1991 Anthony DiGiovanni III
1991-1992
1992-1993
1993-1994
1994-1995
1995-1996
1996-1997
1997-1998 Jenna Ezis
1998-1999
1999-2000
2000-2001 Frank Folino[2]
2001-2002
2002-2003 Christopher Samp
2003-2004 Andrew Kucharski[3]
2004-2005
2005-2006
2006-2007 AJ DeJesus
2007-2008 Scott Bailey[4]
2008-2009 Kaitlyn Parenti[5]
2009-2010 Zohaib Quershi[6]
2010-2011 Helen Yu[7]
2011-2012 Helen Yu[8]
2012-2013 Francis Phiri (replaced by Jenna Stein)
2013-2014 Keith Banks


Voter Demographics

Year Elected NTID Senator Candidate Total of Students' Vote Student Population Percent of the

Students Voted

Percent of the

Students Didn't Vote

2007 Scott Bailey 12
2008 Kaitlyn Parenti
2009 Zohaib Quershi 112 951 12% 88%
2010 Helen Yu (Not Elected) Student Government Appointed 958
2011 Helen Yu 260 986 26% 74%
2012 Francis Phiri 201 990 20% 80%
2013 Keith Banks 142 941 15% 85%

Common Issues

References

  1. NTID's 2012 Annual Report. Page 64-65. National Technical Institute for the Deaf. (December 10, 2012). [1]
  2. NTID Focus - Fall 2000
  3. 6th Annual Student Government All Governance Awards Banquet Program, April 25, 2004.
  4. Election Results. Reporter Online. (April 27, 2007).[2]
  5. Kaitlyn Parenti. Student Government Senate Meeting minutes. (April 18, 2008). [3]
  6. Zohaib Quershi. Student Government Senate Meeting minutes. (April 17, 2009). [4]
  7. Helen Yu. NTID News: Student Ambassador. [5]
  8. SG Senate Meeting Minutes. 4/22/2011. Retrieved from: [6]