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Apply to be a Student Body Officer

The Executive Branch is comprised by members of the Student Body Cabinet. These students provide leadership across all branches of the Student Government and ensure that SGA is helping students in the most efficient and effective way possible. Elections are held each spring and all four positions are elected by the student body.

Apply for an SBO Position

 

For more information about the spring elections, please download the 2019-2020 Election Code or contact Clayton Dana-Bashian, Elections and Regulations Committee Chair.

Apply to be a Frog Aide

Frog Aides is TCU’s premier freshman leadership program offered by SGA exclusively for first-year students. Frog Aides’ main goals are to introduce TCU freshmen to leadership roles inside and outside SGA, as well as allow freshmen to fully plan and implement projects on campus.

The Frog Aides application and selection process is complete for the 2018-2019 academic year.  For more information about Frog Aides, click here.

 

Apply to be a Representative

The House of Student Representatives is the elected voice of the student body. House’s main goal is to improve the lives of TCU students by fulfilling SGA’s purpose of funding, advocating, and uniting. If you’re interested in representing your college or class in the House of Representatives, apply to run in the Spring 2019 elections.

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For more information about elections or the appointment process,

 

For more information about elections or the appointment process, please download the 2019-2020 Election Code or contact Clayton Dana-Bashian, Elections and Regulations Committee Chair.

 

Join a Committee

All students are welcome to join one of our seven House committees. With the exception of the Finance Committee, all committees are open to the student body. Applications to join the Finance Committee will be posted on this page in the fall. If you’re interested in learning more about the different House committees, click the link below.

 

Click to Learn About House Committees