Current Projects

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EmpowerTCU

This year, SGA started EmpowerTCU – a campaign to promote positive body image across the TCU campus.  Students were invited to join the campaign by celebrating their positive traits on social media. Additionally, the campaign was designed to raise awareness and promote education surrounding issues of body image for TCU students.

Sustainability Committee

In spring 2015, SGA created a committee to tackle sustainability projects and initiatives on campus.  If you’re interested in getting involved with this team, please email sga@tcu.edu.

Holiday Break Shuttles

Each Thanksgiving break, SGA offers a shuttle service for students traveling to the airport.  In 2014, shuttles were also added for students traveling to the airport for Winter Break.  In the fall of 2014, more than 1,000 students used this service when traveling home for the holidays. This service is free to all students traveling…
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Not On My Campus

Not On My Campus is a student-led movement to end the silence surrounding sexual assault and to create a safe environment for all students at TCU. Not On My Campus was started by Southern Methodist University and was brought to TCU in 2014 for Sexual Assault Prevention Month.  The campaign is designed to start the conversation…
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Finals Relief

SGA recently launched a new project to offer finals relief to students studying for exams.  This semester, students will receive a free 8oz cup of coffee or $1 off any drink of their choosing at any one of our coffee shops on campus with a valid student ID. Coffee shops offering this program are Bistro…
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Annual Projects

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Fall Concert

Each year, SGA hosts a free concert for TCU students. This concert is typically held in the Campus Commons. Past artists have included: Lady Antebellum, The Fray, One Republic, and Jason Derulo.

Scantron Distribution Program

SGA partners with the Provost’s Office to provide free test-taking materials for students.  Ordering for departments and individual faculty members will open in July.  Students can also grab a free scantron or blue book on the day of their exam at the TR Desk in the Libraryy.

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Free School Supplies in Library

The SGA House of Representatives partnered with the TCU Library to provide free school supplies for students.  At the front desk of the Library, students can pick up anything from index cards to batteries to highlighters to make studying easier.

Student Organization Outreach

In the fall, SGA hosts a dinner for student organization presidents.  The purpose of this dinner is to explain the funding process, current SGA projects, and tools for advocacy.  Each Representative from the House will also be paired with a student organization to be a contact and a resource throughout the academic year.

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Student Memorial Services

In 2013, the Student Government Association dedicated a student memorial to honor and to remember students who have passed away. The memorial is located between Reed Hall and Jarvis Hall and features a single lotus leaf – echoing the design of the four lotus leaves of Frog Fountain – to honor the role that one person plays in…
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Traditional Programs

SGA also supports traditional programs such as Frogs First, Family Weekend, Homecoming, and the Holiday Tree Lighting. For more information, please visit the Student Activities website.

Federal and State Lobbying Trips

Every year, SGA travels to Washington, D.C. with the Big 12 student governments to advocate on behalf of TCU for major issues in higher education, including: tuition cost, mental health, and sexual assault. SGA also coordinates a biennial trip to Austin to lobby in support of the Texas Tuition Equalization Grant.

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