Student Government Association Executive Board and Election Information
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Meet the Candidates- Wednesday, March 26 11 am - 1 pm in the Student Union Purple Lobby
- Candidates for Student Government Executive Board
- Candidates for Student Senate
- Candidates for House of Representatives
- Candidates for Campus Activities Board
- Candidates for Residence Hall Association
- Elections Code
The Student Government Association (SGA) at Texas Woman's University represents all members of the student body through its various branches. Whether you are a new, returning or graduate student, every student has an opportunity to shape the campus community by participating and getting involved. SGA at TWU is unique in that it includes the following branches:
The SGA Executive Board is comprised of the President, Vice President, Secretary, Treasurer, Public Relations and the presidents of each of the branches mentioned below.
The Senate is the legislative branch of SGA and serve as the active voice of the student body. Most recently Senate has passed legislation regarding TWU's smoking policy that was put into effect June 1, 2011.
The House of Representatives is the segment of SGA that works directly with and for student organizations. This entity also provides funding for student organizations through the Student Leadership Development Fund (SLDF) and the Student Organization Development Fund (SOPF).
The Campus Activities Board (CAB) is responsible for organizing large events, social programming, and activities to TWU students. This branch is run by an executive board, however, any student can join becoming a CAB volunteer! CAB's volunteers are called Stingers.
The Residence Hall Association is the branch of SGA that services the over 1600 student that live on campus. If you are interested in being a voice for yourself and your new neighbors join the Hall Council for your residence hall today!
If you are, or were, a member of a branch of Student Government and in Good Standing, you may complete the Graduation Cord Request Form. Once your form has been received a member of the Student Government Association will contact you regarding your next steps.