Student Government

Student Senate

The Student Government is the official voice of the undergraduate Student Body at the University of New Hampshire at Manchester and the College of Professional Studies Online. The Student Government’s purpose is to provide a voice for the student body in how the school operates and influences life on campus. 

Our government is a student-led union formed by student representatives from around campus and online. We advocate for every student at UNH Manchester and CPS Online about any problems or ideas you may have. The government has a voice in decisions impacting the student body before the administration acts on them. The Student Government actively works to process and advocate for the changes on campus, and virtually, you want to see.

Note: Members of the UNH Manchester and CPS Online student body are welcome to attend any meeting of the UNH Manchester Student Government. Please click the link at the top of this page titled “Meeting Schedule” for information about how to attend meetings.


Current Student Representatives:
Name Position
Matthew Winders Student Body President
Angela Fuentes Student Body Vice President
Autumn Bedell Media Committee Chairperson/Senior Representative
Brittney Andrews Chief of Staff
Ahd Mohamed Judiciary Committee Chairperson/SAFCA Committee Co-Chair
Sabrina Rahme SAFCA Committee Chairperson
Delaney Cote Secretary
Sneha Nimmati International Student Representative
Tristin Garvin  Junior Representative
Juan Reyes PAL Representative
Lindiwe M Jiri Club Representative: International Student Organization
Tejaswini Gouni Graduate Student Representative
Luke St. Cyr Club Representative: Tabletop Games Club
William DeSilva Club Representative: Psychology Club
Lourdes Silverio Pilar Freshman Representative
Jose Cintron-Ortize Facilities Committee Chairperson
Joseph Planchet Part-time Student Representative
Jacob Parrino ASL Club Representative
Abeer Shabaka CAB Representative

The responsibility of the representatives is to advocate for their fellow students by attending bi-weekly Senate meetings and bi-weekly committee meetings.