The legislation that was passed through Senate during a formal meeting will be listed below. The legislation will be posted the following evening after formal Senate is held. While this legislation was passed by a majority of Senate votes, it must still be signed by the ASB President before being brought to the administrative offices in the Lyceum, and finally, signed by the Chancellor to be brought into action.

Passed in Formal Senate on Tuesday, September 12, 2017:

Senate Bill 17-18

To amend the Senate Bill template currently in use.

Senate Resolution 17-13

Calling for all university activities to be automatically suspended when a tornado warning is issued via RebAlert or other official university communication channels.

Senate Resolution 17-15

Recognizing the inaugural ASB Diversity & Inclusion Week.


 

Passed in Formal Senate on Tuesday, October 10, 2017:

Senate Resolution 17-14

To add more Safe Ride buses on busy weekends and change the route to add stops in high-volume campus areas

Senate Resolution 17-16

Requesting that ASB passes out scantrons, blue books, and pencils on business row the week before finals

Senate Resolution 17-17

To change the official on-field mascot of the Ole Miss Rebels to the Landshark

Senate Resolution 17-18

Requesting that an ice cream or frozen yogurt dispensary be installed in the Rebel Market


Passed in Formal Senate on Tuesday, November 28, 2017:

Senate Resolution 17-19

Requesting that Safe Ride add Campus Walk to its bus route 


Passed in Formal Senate on Tuesday, January 30, 2018:

Senate Bill 18-19

To amend Title II, Subtitle A, Section 102, Clause C, of the Associated Student Body Code


Passed in Formal Senate on Tuesday, February 13, 2018:

Senate Bill 18-2

To allow student senators a maximum of four unexcused absences per term in office

Senate Resolution 18-1

Requesting that Contractual Services and the University of Mississippi Administration add a food and/or beverage vending machine inside the Trent Lott Leadership Institute

Senate Resolution 18-2

Requesting that ASB passes out scantrons and blue books on Business Row the week before finals (4/30-5/3)


 

Passed in Formal Senate on Tuesday, February 27th, 2018:

Senate Bill 18-3

To suspend those who faced dismissal from the Legislative Branch from running for an elected position on the Legislative Branch for one calendar year

Senate Resolution 18-3

Requesting that the University of Mississippi ID Center print emergency contacts on the back side of student ID cards

Senate Resolution 18-5

Requesting the addition of a sidewalk to the area leading from alongside the Student Union loading bay to the ROTC building

Senate Resolution 18-6

Requesting the addition of a sidewalk on the hill behind Tri Delta and Kappa Delta Sororities

Senate Resolution 18-7

Supporting the addition of a designated quiet study space in Lamar Hall


Passed in Formal Senate on Tuesday, March 27th, 2018:

Senate Resolution 18-8

To expand the carpool parking on campus to parts of the Ford center lot or the lot across from the Inn by the Fall of 2018

Senate Bill 18-4

To include a monthly ASB newsletter in the duties of the ASB Director of Communications


 Passed in Formal Senate on Tuesday, April 3rd, 2018:

Senate Resolution 18-9

To request accessible and functional hand sanitizer stations be placed within the dining area of the Student Union

Senate Resolution 18-10

To support an online university-wide syllabi bank


Passed in Formal Senate on Tuesday, April 10th, 2018:

Senate Resolution 18-11

To establish a new Code Blue in the valley parking lot

Senate Bill 18-5

To amend the ASB Code in Title V, Subtitle C, Section 116, Subparagraph B to reduce campaign spending limits for candidates

Senate Bill 18-9

To amend the ASB Code in Title V, Subtitle C, Section 116 to add an additional subparagraph therein providing for the posting of completed campaign expense vouchers

Senate Bill 18-13

To amend the ASB Code and Constitution to add the position of Homecoming King to the personality election ballot


PASSED IN FORMAL SENATE ON TUESDAY, oCTOBER 30, 2018:

Senate Resolution 18-17

To request that Lafayette County establish a polling location on the Ole Miss campus

Senate Resolution 18-18

To establish an ‘A+’ in the university grading scale


passed in formal senate on tuesday, september 4, 2018

Senate Resolution 18-14

To restore student confidence in the legitimacy of honors societies on campus

Senate Resolution 18-15

To establish mandatory bias training led by the Center for Inclusion and Cross Cultural Engagement for all senators, legislative aides, and all members of Legislative Council


passed in formal senate on tuesday, october 16, 2018

Senate Resolution 18-16

To thank Sue Keiser for her many years of service and dedication for the University of Mississippi


passed in formal senate on tuesday, october 23, 2018

Senate Bill 18-15

To amend TITLE II, Section 109, SUBSECTION E of the Associated Student Body Code


passed in formal senate on tuesday, october 30, 2018

Senate Resolution 18-17

To request that Lafayette County establish a polling location on the Ole Miss campus

Senate Resolution 18-18

To demand an ‘A+’ in the University grading scale


Passed in Formal Senate on Tuesday, November 6, 2018

Senate Resolution 18-19

To support the cancellation of all university classes on fall election day in recognition of a day of civil service


Passed in Formal Senate on Tuesday, November 27, 2018

Bill 18-16

to create a cabinet position for veterans affairs within the executive branch of the associated student body

Senate Resolution 18-21

to request the expansion of supplemental instruction programs to include more subject areas

Senate Resolution 18-22

to express unremitting support of the epsilon zeta chapter of kappa alpha theta sorority 


PASSED IN FORMAL SENATE ON TUESDAY, FEBRUARY 19, 2019

Senate Resolution 19-2

to call for increased transparency in indoor air quality testing from the Department of Student Housing.

Senate Resolution 19-3

to call for parking pass pricing transparency from the Department of Parking.


PASSED IN FORMAL SENATE ON TUESDAY, FEBRUARY 26, 2019

Senate Bill 19-1

to make a series of amendments to the ASB Code to establish the ASB election campaign period as a period of twelve (12) days