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Ways to get involved in a BIG way

02.05.2018 | By: Texas Wesleyan University
Weeks of Welcome

One of the best ways to prepare for the real world is to get involved in various activities and university programs. Getting involved on campus will help you get familiar with your Ramily and the world around you. The Division of Student Affairs is excited to share with you some of the ways you can participate in experiences that will follow you beyond graduation.

Join the Programming and Activities Committee

If you have an interest in bringing or seeing activities on campus, join PAC. We meet every Tuesday during free period in the Carter Conference Room. We had a great start with our fall semester activities that included bring a hypnotist on campus, midnight breakfast in the gym and the massage chairs and oxygen bar for finals. The spring semester is going to be even better. PAC is open to every Wesleyan Student to join. We hope to see you at our next meeting.

Attend Game Nights

The Student Engagement office is hosting game nights in our office every Tuesday and Thursday 3-5 PM. Everyone is welcome to join and play our variety of games offered.

Be a part of SHIELD

Do you have a passion for helping others? If service is one of your core values join Scholarship. Humanitarianism. Inclusion. Empowerment. Leadership. Development service organization. Their purpose is to unite students at Texas Wesleyan University in a dedicated pursuit of excellence resulting in self-fulfillment and meaningful service to others. If you have an interest in join contact Barbara Barnhart via email or at 817.531.6522 

Nominate for the Rammys

If you or someone you know is deserving of recognition for their hard work and/or dedication to Texas Wesleyan, nominate them for an award at this years second annual Rammys. Nomination forms can be found here on Ram Space. Just log in using your Ram Link credentials and you're in.

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