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Freshman Forum Application

Fall 2020 Application Process

How to Apply

Freshman Forum Applications will be available on June 1, 2020 and due by Friday, August 14, 2020 at 5:00 PM. Applications are submitted online and can be turned in after the student’s IMPACT session, as a Troy University email is required.

Interview Invites Sign-Ups will start on Monday, August 17 and Tuesday, August 18.

IMPORTANT: If you are selected for an interview, you will receive an email notification through your TROY email, so please be checking that one instead of your other emails. You will have two days to sign up for an interview time.

Interviews will be held on Wednesday and Thursday, August 19 & 20, 2020; location of interviews TBA. To sign up for an interview, times will be posted in the Office of Student Involvement and Leadership/ SGA Office, Trojan Center 215. Students can sign-up when they get an interview invite email from 8:00 AM - 5:00 PM in the office.

Events and activities sponsored by Freshman Forum include MLK Memorial Service, Annual Leadership Conference and much more!!!

Important Information about Freshman Forum

Freshman Forum meets every Tuesday at 5:30 PM unless there is a Holiday. If you have class during this time, we encourage you not to apply to allow others who don't have a class during this time to be selected.

The yearly membership fee for Freshman Forum is $100.00. There may be an additional fee added to attend the retreat in the fall to help pay for activities on the retreat.

Application Disclaimer

Before you proceed with filling out the application, you need to know that this application will ask you to answer four questions pertaining to your leadership experience. Please take some time to think about these four questions and type them out before you get to the question page of the application. Please limit your answers to 4-5 sentences to stay within the 450 character limit.

  1. Why are you interested in becoming a member of Freshman Forum?
  2. In addition to Freshman Forum, what other ways are you interested in being involved at Troy?
    (Include organizations you have already joined. If already involved in a Greek Organization or have recently received a "bid", please do not specify that organization, simply say "Greek Member.")
  3. What do you hope to accomplish during your first year, and how will Freshman Forum help you accomplish your academic and career goals?
  4. What is the best leadership experience that you are most proud of and how would that experience help with your membership in Freshman Forum?