SGA In Action

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We want to be transparent with you and for this reason we want to share the activities, events, and projects that we have concluded throughout the year. Take a look at them:

  • Represented student opinion in 3 of the 5 Reopening Committees for the Fall semester.
  • Participated in the 2020 Census Challenge and promoted it with a video.
  • Addressed the Black Lives Matter movement with a Statement from the Student Body President.
  • Opened the SGA Officer Application.
  • Opened the FRC New Member Application.
  • Showed our support to the LGBTQ+ Community through a video.
  • Launched the Stop the Hate Pledge.
  • Participated in Dusty Camp with FRC.
  • Collaborated in Census Initiatives with Public Administration Student Association.


The Texas A&M International University Student Government Association is a student organization that serves as the official voice of the students. The goal is to represent student opinion, provide ​students with University resources and address campus needs while strengthening the bridge between students, faculty, and staff.

If you want to be involved in the decision-making process of some University events, or programs but don't want to participate as an officer, you can become a member of one of our Committees and Departments. We currently have 4 Committees and 2 Departments created to help fulfill the student body's needs and wants. The Committees and Departments are the following:

  • Traditions Committee: Committee in charge of creating and promoting TAMIU Traditions.
  • Political Action Committee (PAC): Committee in charge of promoting civic engagement across campus.
  • Leaders Organizing Volunteer Events (L.O.V.E.) Committee: Committee in charge of promoting service by planning the annual service events of Make a Difference Day and the Big Event.
  • Diversity and Inclusivity Committee: Committee in charge of celebrating our differences and promoting the less represented groups on campus.
  • Public Relations Department: Committee in charge of promoting the activities and events created by the Student Government Association.
  • Finance Department: Committee in charge of the Student Government Association's Budget and grants given to the Student Organizations.

As a TAMIU student, you are automatically a member of the Student Government Association (SGA). However, if you are a student that is looking to represent and advocate for the student body, we encourage you to join the team and become an SGA Officer. Because we work like a government, there are two ways to become an officer: ;you can get elected or appointed.

Elections; occur every year at the end of the Spring Semester. ;Appointments; work differently. The Student Body President can appoint you to the Executive Board as a Director or the Chief of Staff, or you can be appointed by applying through Trailblazers. Although our applications closed last week, ;you can get appointed by one of our Senators; and in accordance to our vacancies.

Some of the many events that the SGA is involved with and/or organizes are:

  • The BIG Event
  • Make a Difference Day
  • Halloween Fest’s Haunted House
  • Shopping Cart Parade and Decorating Party
  • Maroon Monday
  • SGA Promo Week
  • Freshman Revolution Week
  • National Voter Registration Day
  • Constitution Day
  • Wellness Week
  • Welcome Week
  • Dusty Cup

The Committees meeting vary. For the Fall 2020 semester the meeting times are the following:

  • Political Action Committee - Mondays at 3 p.m.
  • Leaders Organizing Volunteer Events Committee - Wednesdays at 4 p.m.
  • Traditions Committee - Mondays at 5 p.m.
  • Diversity and Inclusivity Committee - Fridays at 3 p.m.
  • Public Relations Department - Tuesdays at 12 p.m.
  • Finance Department - Tuesdays at 3 p.m.

Join us for weekly Senate meetings! If you can’t make it to a meeting because of work or class, you can still submit a comment, concern, question or suggestion through this form.

We meet every Friday at 6 p.m. via Webex. We will be broadcasting it live through Facebook so tune in!

Yes and no. Although you will not be able to participate as a member of the Executive, Legislative, and Judicial Branches, we created a council for Freshmen like you! If you are a Freshman student looking to represent your class and advocate for its needs and wants, the Freshmen Representative Council is just for you!