Student Government (SA) www.utulsa.edu/sa/
The Student Activities office works closely with the TU Student Association (SA). SA is charged with the responsibility of allocating funds, recognizing official organizations, maintaining a record of recognized student organizations, imposing rules/guidelines, and facilitating programs and events for the student body.
For more info and all the various forms and documents go to www.utulsa.edu/sa/
The University of Tulsa Student Association (SA) represents the cooperative effort of all students and organizations on campus to make college life as enriching and rewarding as possible.All students at The University of Tulsa are members of SA! Every semester you pay a student fee that helps to bring awesome programming, speakers and services to your disposal. Some of these events include Homecoming Week, Springfest, concerts, Grad Party and more!
SA goes beyond the basic concept of student governance by offering free admittance to Philbrook Museum of Art, free daily newspapers in various campus buildings and free legal services. They also offer discounted rates to local events such as $2 Tuesdays at the historic Circle Cinema and to lecture series and various types of live entertainment. To learn more about campus organizations or scheduled activites such as up-coming concerts, comedians, speakers, road trips, and other opportunities for campus involvement visit with an officer or go the Student Association web page www.utulsa.edu/sa/
Student Association officers are located in Allen Chapman Activity Center (ACAC) http://www.utulsa.edu/Student-life/Allen-Chapman-Activity-Center/Student-Offices.aspx.
At the beginning of the Fall semester, Student Association sponsors an Activities Fair. Student Organizations are encouraged to register for this event that attracts hundreds of students who are looking for away to get involved. Don't let your organization miss this great recruiting opportunity!
To assist student organizations in having a successful year, Student Association provides a required meeting for all student organization presidents each year. The purpose of this meeting is to become acquainted with other student organization leaders, provide groups with valuable information about available resources and to update organizations on any policy changes. We look forward to meeting organizations' representatives and providing them with the tools they need for a successful year.
The Office of Student Activities maintains a data base of all the chartered student organizations known as TUOrgSpace . It allows all organizations to have an online presence and has many useful applications for individual students and the organizations which they are involved. It allows students to search, join or express interest in the over 150 student organizations. It helps organizations to maintain communication with Student Association and its individual organization members. Each org can use it to do elections, balance org budgets and promote events.
SA Chartered Student Organizations
Student Organization Committee (SOC)
The responsibilities of the Student Organization Committee (SOC) include facilitating the registration of campus organizations, establishing a campus-wide calendar, and maintaining an updated list of all campus organizations and their advisors. Organizations that are interested in applying for funding must be registered with the SOC.
Organizations are required is to maintain an updated database entry in TUOrgSpace with who their leadership is and how to contact them. This can be updated after elections or at a time when leadership changes.
CCT is comparable to a student's academic transcript, but will instead list the extra-curricular activities the student has participated in while at TU. This includes membership and leadership positions in various student organizations as well as highlighting skills acquired and developmental aspects one has experienced while participating.