Thunderbird Student Government’s Bulletin

Welcome to campus and the Fall 2012 term! Amir, the Thunderbird Student Government (TSG) president is very pleased to have the opportunity to govern the student body and lead towards a better collaborative community. Please give me the opportunity to hear your questions and comments about Thunderbird, TSG, and its team:

You can contact any of us at the TSG; we’re here to listen and to serve you.

New Developments:

Trimester Representative Applications

We are now opening the Trimester post applications for the students. this will be an opportunity for you all to be a part of the internal student government body and learn more about the various roles we do on a daily basis. Trimester Reps will be in charge of bringing forward student issues, shadow a chair dealing with their area of interest and act towards a progressive and collaborative goal.

The application can be accessed by going to MTB Discussion Board > All Current Students

Club day

Club day this Tri will be held on the 21st of September. We realize we normally do hold club week on the second week of the Tri but noting that a number of students this coming week will be attending the NAAMBA Conference we postponed Club day by a week.

We are giving a little more time to come register the clubs you would like start this Tri and remember you become an official club only after the allocations have been made.

Location: TAC
Time: 4-6pm. Allocations begin at 4pm.

TSG’s primary objective is to enhance the student experience and communicate effectively with our student body.

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http://www.facebook.com/pages/Thunderbird-Student-Government/220931531259113

Follow us on Twitter: @TSGStudentGov

For further details, our MTB page is always available.

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