Political Organizations

Political organizations on campus allow students to participate, integrate and converse about the political process and pressing issues facing local, state and federal governments. These organizations allow students to get connected with political parties and participate in their civic responsibility. Also they are given the opportunity to work with political campaigns and meet prominent public servants from around the state. Students that have the same beliefs, interest and views in politics in hopes of making a difference for the public good gather together. The process of Roberts Rule of Order, bill writing and debate are just a few skills learned by getting involved in governmental organizations. Troy University’s Student Government Association and Freshman Forum are two of our governmental organizations that focus on working to improve student life at Troy University and to be advocates for students. If your passion is in the political area these, groups are for you.

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