Eli Schooley, senior in Political Science and Pre-Law, was elected KSU Student Body President for the coming academic year. In this capacity, Schooley’s primary responsibility will be to represent the student body and voice student needs and wishes to the university administration, faculty, staff, and the K-State family. He will also serve on the KSU President’s Advisory Council, serve as a member of Faculty Senate and the Faculty Senate Committee on University Planning, and represent KSU students at the Kansas Board of Regents.
Schooley said that “being elected to serve is a dream come true, an honor, and a humbling event all wrapped into one. I’ve always sought to serve those around me and I can’t wait to do that through this role.” At KSU, Schooley has been a Robert C. Byrd Scholar, a Putnam Scholar, Greek Man of the Year, and president of Blue Key Honorary Society. The KSU student body could not have picked a better President!