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The annual election of executive, judicial and senatorial officers for SGA takes place each spring term. The 2024 SGA election cycle is listed below. Read more about how the election cycle works below.

SGA Election Commission

The SGA election is coordinated by an independent group of undergraduate students known as the “SGA Election Commission.” This is an impartial group of students responsible for all facets of the SGA election including marketing, promotion of candidates, election administration and for enforcement of the SGA election policy. Any questions that candidates or prospective candidates have regarding the election process should be sent to the election commission. Throughout the election cycle, SGA election commissioners hold weekly office hours.

Running for SGA

Any person seeking an SGA elected office must be a full time fee-paying undergraduate student with at least 2.500 cumulative GPA. To run, a petition must be signed out from the SGA administrative assistant in the SGA office, University Union, room 263. Students may sign out a petition to run for the position of president, vice president, treasurer, attorney general, senator or justice. Petitions require the signatures of 200 undergraduate TU students.


Only currently enrolled TU undergraduate students are eligible to vote in the SGA election. All voting will take place on Involved@TU ( and can be done via computer or mobile device, whether on-campus or off-campus. During the election days, the election commission will host polling locations across campus to encourage students to vote on their phones.

Frequently Asked Questions

If you are interested in assisting the Election Commission on election days with staffing a polling location, please email SGA Election Commission, co-advisor, Carly Steinberg, at to be added to the interest list. There will be a short volunteer training prior to election days for volunteers. Volunteers will receive an election t-shirt while supplies last.

Once the petition period ends on April 7 this year’s candidates will all be listed here. While the candidates will be actively campaigning across campus following this deadline, we encourage you to attend the SGA debate on Monday, April 17 at 7 p.m. in the Union Auditorium, or via LiveStream, where you can learn more about this year’s candidates.

If you have any questions about the SGA election process or cycle, you may contact any of the SGA Election Commissioners or SGA Election Commission, co-advisor, Chris Rindosh, at .