Previously, on SGA: Movin’ Out

Previously, on SGA: Movin Out

This covers the meeting held on Sept. 11.

The meeting was held in Northrup 214, as opposed to the usual Waxahachie Room, because the Board of Trustees meeting will be held the following day in Waxahachie. The room was reserved for setup.

President Ty Tinker, senior, announced that SGA has confirmed a partnership with MOVE SA to help register students to vote on National Voter Registration Day. Tinker explained that for each member of MOVE that is on campus, there needs to be one member from SGA in attendance.

Tinker also reminded the Senate that SGA is still looking for people to fill senator positions for the class of 2020 and 2022. He also said that filling Cabinet meetings has gone well. Tinker announced SGA’s newest treasurer, sophomore Georgia Roberts.

David Tuttle, dean of students, announced that the next meeting will be a closed meeting, held in the Underwood Room of Skyline. Aramark will host SGA to show them the different options for catering.

At the next meeting, there will be a representative from the school to talk more about the recent $5 million donation to Student Accessibility Services, according to Tinker.


Members of Trinity’s Young Life chapter requested $6,320 for a Young Life camp in Vanderpool, TX. Young Life is an international, non-denominational Christian organization.

The request included camp fees, the cost of the bus to get the camp and T-shirts. The event is in process of approval from the Event Review Committee.

SGA tabled the vote for next week for more clarification from the Young Life members.

Trinity’s chapter of Delta Sigma Pi, a national professional business fraternity, requested $1,741.66 for the LEAD School 2019 conference in Portland, OR. The request includes the cost of flights and hotel rooms. Four members would attend the conference and have already paid $200 collectively for the registration fees.

SGA voted to fully fund the request of $1,741.66.