HOW DO WE ADVOCATE?
Advocacy is the act of pleading for, supporting, and/or make recommendations. At TWUSA, we work in a many number of ways to advocate for the student body. Each of our elected members were chosen by you: the students at TWU. You thought we would be the best at representing you. From those elected, we chose our appointed members for positions with a more specific skill set. Every member of our team is there to present the student voice to committees, meetings (both formal and informal), decision-making, events, and so much more.
We understand that not every student is alike. In order to make this efficient to listen to all of your concerns, each faculty has a Faculty Representative. This means that there is someone that you and the people in your major/school have voted for to represent your diverse opinion. Faculty Representatives are available to students in their respective school to listen to the interests and concerns of their faculties, and then communicate them to the Student Council, the Representative Assembly, the Administration of the Faculty/School and the Administration of TWU. They are also able to connect you with faculty clubs and Deans.