Center for Student Development
TWU fraternity and sorority life promote and support career networking, diversity, leadership, friendship, athletics and community service. The TWU Greek community composed of 12 chapters that represent the College Panhellenic Council, Interfraternity Council, National Pan-Hellenic Council, and Multicultural Greek Council.
Civic Engagement offers a variety of opportunities for all students to serve their local and regional communities. Students can get involved with Alternative Weekend Breaks, Alternative Spring Break, Lunch & Learns, and the Helping Hands Service Ambassadors and can even schedule an appointment to find service projects that fit their individual passions.
Participation in leadership development is an integral part of a student's college experience. Students are encouraged to take advantage of both formal leadership development programs and informal opportunities to develop their personal and professional skills.
The Center for Student Development staff and Orientation Leaders, along with University partners, strive to facilitate welcoming and informative First-Year and Transfer Orientation sessions. We believe Orientation to TWU is a two-step process: New Student Orientation and Pioneer Camp.
Graduate Student Council (GSC)
The GSC of Texas Woman's University is the advocating and community building organization for graduate students of TWU. The GSC operates with a senate and an executive council.
Student Government Association (SGA)
The SGA at Texas Woman’s University can be found in Room 116K of the Center for Student Development suite. The SGA is comprised of three branches: SGA Executive Board, Student Senate, and the Student Organizations Council.
Pioneer Engage is an online platform primarily for student organizations and involvement. As a student, you can search for organizations, find involvement opportunities and events, track your service hours, and generate records for your involvement.
As an organization, you can maintain rosters, organization documents (i.e. constitution/by-laws, etc.), create forms, run elections, utilize the discussion feature, and advertise events and so much more.
Log into Pioneer Engage to find a full list of organizations.
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