Office: Member (Student Regent)
Hometown: Kent, Washington
Term Expires: June 30, 2019
Jordan Frost was appointed to the Board of Regents July 1, 2018, by Washington Governor Jay Inslee.
Frost currently is a first year graduate student at WSU Pullman, pursuing a master’s degree in teaching. He earned a bachelor’s degree in history from WSU in May 2018.
As an undergraduate, Frost was heavily involved in leadership roles on the Pullman campus, serving as a Resident Advisor in the residence halls, Cougar Connector for the admissions office, and as president of the Residence Hall Association, among other roles.
Frost was elected president of the Associated Students of Washington State University for the Pullman campus his senior year. As ASWSU president, he focused his efforts on sexual assault advocacy, college affordability, and community building. His key accomplishments as president included the creation of free parking at the Student Recreation Center, a reduction in student fees, and the establishment of an endowment for education programs to prevent sexual assault and raise awareness of mental health issues.
As student regent, Frost looks forward to continuing to work on behalf of all WSU students.