The Senate Page Program has developed into one of the most prestigious public service programs. Its roots date back to the 19th Century. Since then, pages have been a cornerstone of the operations of the United States Senate. Pages have the opportunity to see the inner workings of the Senate up close. Their responsibilities range from delivering correspondence to Senators to helping prepare the floor for the legislative workday.
What are the responsibilities and duties of U.S. Senate Pages?
Am I qualified to be considered for a nomination to the Senate Page Program?
When can I serve as a Page?
What is the Page School?
Where do Pages live?
What are my chances of being selected?
The webpage will be updated with deadlines when they become available to us.
Because of dorm restrictions and availability, the page school determines the gender of the students attending each session.
The legislative process on the Senate floor is governed by a set of standing rules, a body of precedents created by rulings of presiding officers or by votes of the Senate, a variety of established and customary practices, and ad hoc arrangements the Senate makes to meet specific parliamentary and political circumstances. A knowledge of the Senate's formal rules is not sufficient to understand Senate procedure, and Senate practices cannot be understood without knowing the rules to which the practices relate.