Student Government

What's happening?

Campus life offers a unique educational experience that exposes students to new cultures, ways of life and beliefs. Student organizations offer opportunities to meet new people and to share a common goal. Wesleyan Student Government offers opportunities to serve your fellow students. On campus residential living provides access to campus resources that commuters may miss.

Student Government

Mission

The mission of the SGA shall be to interact with the administration, faculty, staff and students on behalf of the Student Body for the benefit of the students and student life on campus.

Meetings

Business Meetings are held on Thursdays at 3:30 p.m. in the Student Government Chamber on the first floor of the Brown-Lupton building next to the SUB.

Student Government Association Resources

Words from the President

Meet senior Tyler Mendez who is currently serving as 93rd President of Texas Wesleyan's Student Government Association!

Who's Representing You

Get to know the SGA Executives and your Representatives.  Have a question or concern?  Bring it up to one of our Reps and they will be sure to give us more information at our Business Meetings!

Interested in being a part of SGA?  This page has all the information you need if you're interested in joining!

Funding and Scholarships

Need some extra money for school, textbooks, or a trip?  Wanting to start an organization? Check out SGA's resources and opportunities to help fund your educational endeavors or to create your group organization!

Constitution and By-Laws

Be in-the-know about our SGA's Constitution.

Business Meeting Minutes

Couldn't attend one of the Business Meetings?  Take a look at the Secretary's notes to see what you missed and what was discussed at this week's Business Meeting!

Places to Go…
Polytechnic United Methodist Church

The Betty and Bobby Bragan Fellowship Hall, located on the first floor, was dedicated on May 2, 2004.

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Did you know?

Texas Wesleyan was originally named Polytechnic College, meaning “many arts and sciences.” Since its founding, Wesleyan has remained an important member of the surrounding Polytechnic Heights community.

     
Dr. Jay Brown
     
Psychology
     
Assistant Professor
   
"I really look forward to the start of each semester. It’s all about new students getting a new look at psychology. Most of the students in my classes are non-residential students. They’ve been in the real world, so they know why they need a diploma to get ahead. It’s my place to teach them why they came to my class."

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Contact Information


Office of Student Life
Location: Brown-Lupton Campus
Center
Phone: 817-531-4872
Fax: 817-531-4432
Hours: Mon-Fri, 8am-5pm

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