Jordan Frost, 22, is in his final year here at WSU studying History. Jordan graduated from Kent-Meridian High School in Kent, Washington. During his time here he has been a Resident Advisor, Assistant Hall Director, Cougar Connector, and President of the Residence hall Association, among other leadership positions. Jordan greatly values the power of the student voice and representative leadership. He is really excited about the opportunity to serve as Student Body President and build a government that is attentive to student voices, responsive to student needs, and productive. Jordan’s biggest piece of advice to incoming freshmen is to take time to explore all WSU has to offer, before settling on one club or major.
Garrett Kalt is an out of state student from Fallon, Nevada, studying strategic communication and pre-law within the Honors College. He enjoys traveling, distance running, binge watching Netflix, playing tennis, and Cougar Football Saturdays. While at WSU, Garrett has served his peers through a variety of leadership positions including All-Campus Senator, Resident Advisor, and Intern for the Thomas S. Foley Institute of Public Policy and Public Service. As your newly elected Student Body Vice President, Garrett hopes to unite the WSU community, ensure all students voices are heard, and assist in providing his fellow Cougs have the ultimate undergraduate experience at WSU.