Student Government works collaboratively with students and college administrators to create positive changes in the Trine University community.
Executive Board Member Positions:
- Vice President
- Chief of Staff
- Publicity Director
- Speaker of the House
- 2 positions from each class (freshman, sophomore, junior, senior)
- 2 positions from each school (Allen School of Engineering & Computing, Franks School of Education, Jannen School of Arts & Sciences, Ketner School of Business, Rinker-Ross School of Health Sciences)
- 2 commuter senators
- 2 Greek senators (1 fraternity, 1 sorority)
- 2 international senators
- Work directly with committees to help complete committee responsibilities
- Voice opinions on issues
- Receive Student Government recognition
Why get involved?
Student Government at Trine University has worked for the past year to revise the Constitution and By-Laws to become a group that actively works to:
- Represent the student body
- Provide student feedback to administration
- Coordinate and assist in the funding of the government and student organizations
- Foster an active and engaged membership within the campus and local communities
- Support the mission of Trine University
What are the benefits of getting involved?
Students involved in Student Government enhance time management, communication and organizational skills. Student leaders learn about the university, event planning, financial management, marketing and the value of teamwork in action. You also get to play an integral role in the development of Trine University by interacting with staff, faculty, and students throughout the University.
For more information about getting involved in Student Government, please contact the Director of Student Leadership, Clare Danner, at email@example.com or 260.665.4147. You can also visit Trine Student Government's official website.