TCU is a student-centered university, so students’ ideas can go a long way. We invite you to get involved with Student Government and find out how your ideas can make a difference. There are three main ways to get involved in SGA:
House of Representatives
The House of Student Representatives is the elected voice of the student body. The House’s main goals are to improve the lives of TCU students by fulfilling SGA’s purpose of funding, advocating, and uniting.
Applications to run to represent the Class of 2021 will open on this site August 19th.
We currently have vacancies in the College of Education, Harris College of Nursing and Health Sciences, John V. Roach Honors College, and College of Fine Arts. Applications to fill these vacant seats, and any other vacancies that arise, will open at the start of the fall semester.
For more information about the 2021 elections or vacant seats, please contact Sydney Pickral, Elections and Regulations Chair.
Frog Aides is Student Government’s student-led leadership training program exclusively for first-year students. The purpose of Frog Aides is to gain hands-on experience planning campus-wide projects and implementing student programs, to interact with TCU’s top student leaders and mentors, to expand their leadership skills, and to learn the “ins and outs” of the TCU Student Government Association.
The House of Representatives consists of seven committees that bring elected representatives and members of the student body together to work on projects in a small team setting. These committees are the driving force behind the House of Representatives and are open for any TCU students to join.