I consider the Student Association (SA, for short), as the most innovative think tank on this campus. I may be a little biased as I became interested in SA before I even stepped onto TU’s campus; however, the fact that others believe in my description speaks volumes. Everyone is a member of SA, but I’m going to tell you about all the cool ways to get involved in one of the largest, and definitely the most impactful, group on campus.
Student Association does everything: planning athletic tailgates, holding judicial trials, investigatng student issues on campus, and so much more. It is split into four main bodies: Executive, Senate, Cabinet, and Judicial. Depending on interests, we have students who focus on every area of SA. So if you’re one of those people who wants to be awesome and meet awesome people, you should totally join. Continue reading
Today’s Tuesday with Tulsa comes from senior Michael M., a History and Education major from San Antonio, Texas. Michael also serves as the president of TU’s Student Association.
TU is the perfect size: small enough to feel comfortable, yet big enough that you can easily find new friends and experiences. There’s always something going on that can take you out of your usual circle to try something adventurous.
Since freshman year when I roomed in the John Mabee residence hall with a student from Saudi Arabia, many of my closest friends have been international students. TU’s international students made up 26% of the overall student body. This brings a lot of unique opportunities for everyone. I love being able to meet peers who come from nations around the world and to share our cultures with each other. Continue reading
Today’s Tuesday with Tulsa blog post comes to us from Mackenzie S., a sophomore petroleum engineering major from Littleton, Colo.
When I came to college I didn’t knowwhat extracurricular activities I wanted to do. I wasn’t very involved in high school and on all my college visits I was asked if I would want to participate in intramurals, so I knew that that was always an option. But it wasn’t until orientation week that I heard about Student Association (SA) for the first time. Continue reading