The Texas Tech University Health Sciences Center Student Government Association advocates for and represents student needs and interests. Collaborating with students, faculty, student organizations, administration and the community, we strive to promote a campus climate that is inclusive, supportive, and student centered.
What is SGA?
The Student Government Association is the recognized governing body for students at the Health Sciences Center. It consists of representatives from each of the disciplines within the HSC as a whole (Allied Health Sciences, Physical Therapy, Pharmacy, Biomedical Sciences, Medicine, Nursing, and Regional Campuses). These representatives assist in the promotion, coordination and direction of student affairs and activities affecting the Health Sciences Center student body as an entity as well as encourage communication among the individual schools that compose the Health Sciences Center.
How Can You Get Involved?
All HSC students are welcome to attend the various SGA social and service events held throughout the school year.
SGA Representatives are elected in April with outgoing Senators relinquishing duties at the banquet in April. All members of the Student Senate must be registered students at TTUHSC with a GPA of 2.5 or more current and cumulative.
How Do I Find Out More?
To find out more about HSC Student Government officers and representatives, social and service events, and issues that SGA is discussing, call 806-743-1619, fill out this form, or contact your school's Senator.
Questions, Comments, Suggestions?
Let us know here.
On a mobile device?
Visit the SGA mobile site here.