There is so much to do at TWU!
Texas Woman's University offers students various outlets for involvement all across campus. In fact, students who are engaged in their campus community both inside and outside of the classroom have higher graduation rates and record a more impactful college experience. Check out these areas of campus for involvement opportunities:
Get out your Maroon and White and come support your fellow Pioneers during a basketball, volleyball, softball, or soccer game...and don't forget about our gymnastics team!
Career Connections Center
Career Connections Center is a great place to explore employment opportunities both on-campus and off-campus.
Campus Alliance for Resource Education (CARE)
Maybe you live off campus, are a veteran or perhaps a student who is also parenting. Look no further, the CARE office has opportunities and activities for students just like you!
Volunteering is an opportunity to give a part of yourself in order to impact the lives of those around you. It allows you to grow as a student and as an individual. You also develop habits that can help you become an active and engaged citizen in the community and in our world. You can truly make a difference!
Diversity, Inclusion and Outreach (DIO)
DIO offers engagement and student leadership opportunities through G-Force, Cultural Connections Speaker Series, Culture Talks, Social Change Peer Educators, Multicultural Student Network (MSN) and the SUCCESS mentoring program.
Fitness and Recreation
Fitness and Recreation is full of ways to get involved. They employ students, offer group exercise classes, coordinate intramural sports, plan outdoor adventures and SO much more!
Graduate Student Council
The Graduate Student Council of Texas Woman’s University is the advocating and community-building organization for graduate students of TWU.
TWU Fraternity and Sorority Life promote and support career networking, diversity, leadership, friendship, athletics and community service.
Applying yourself to a leadership role will help you will become more self-aware of your own personality and leadership style, as well as those around you. Look for leadership opportunities within such programs as the G-Force Mentor Program, SUCCESS, Orientation Leader Program, Social Change Peer Educators, Student Government Association, and Helping Hands Service Ambassadors, to name just a few.
Office of International Education
Are you an international student? If so, this is a resource for you and all the questions you may have about studying at TWU.
The Student Government Association (SGA) represents all members of the student body through its various branches; the SGA Executive Board, Student Senate, and TWU Student Organizational Council.
Student Health Services
Check out SHS for ways to get involved with programs and events that promote health and wellness.
With more than 140 chartered and university-sanctioned student organizations, there’s sure to be a group that fits your interests. Seek them out. Join the group, and become an active participant in our dynamic campus community.
University Housing and Dining
All the information you need about joining a Living Learning Community (LLC) or about participating in the Residence Hall Association (RHA) can be found here.
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