All Transy students are familiar with the reliable “it’s time to change your password” email from IT. We know this is supposed to keep our information safe online but how? TUSGA wanted to answer your questions so we went straight to Transy alum and Vice President for Information Technology, Jason Whitaker, for the answer. Whitaker listed … Continue reading Password Changes: Again?
Students, This year, each SGA senator is assigned to 20 or so students as their constituents. The purpose of your assigned senator is for you to have a direct voice in SGA. If you have questions, your senator can get them answered or if you have ideas, he/she can bring them for discussion to the … Continue reading Senator’s Constituents
Here are the condensed, edited minutes from our September 30th meeting: Drew Cunningham, Adrianne Tarpey, and Marc Mathews came to present the Green Revolving Loan Fund. At the end of this academic year, two senators will be appointed to the open representative positions. The representatives will gather information on the sustainability efforts of other universities and … Continue reading Minutes: September 30
Welcome back Transylvania! The 2015-2016 academic year has gotten off to a great start: the occupancy and naming of Dalton-Voigt Hall, the creation of Alumni Plaza, our new and improved agreement with Sodexo, “back patch,” the Grille @ Transylvania, the renovated first floor of the library, and many other great changes. Transylvania University Student Government … Continue reading Welcome Back!
Are you interested in being a part of Student Government? Do you want to help create change in your community? Politics of any interest? Then fill out a TUSGA Senator Petition! Return it with the required amount of signatures as soon as possible to the SGA Office located in Front Lobby. Continue reading So You Want To Be A Senator?
For anyone interested, here is the Officer Petition in order to run in the TUSGA elections. Be aware that you must have been a member of either Senate or Activities Board this past year in order to run. TUSGA Officer Petition (pdf) Continue reading Officer Petition
February 25th, students and Department of Public Safety officers had a productive discussion on campus safety. All but one of the officers (left to monitor cameras / man the office) showed out to listen to concerns raised by students. Chief Muravchick prefaced the discussion by stating his view of what the goals of DPS, the two … Continue reading Safety First: Q & A With DPS