Student Organizations

All recognized campus organizations are coordinated through the Dean of Students. Activity approval and annual update of officers/sponsors is facilitated by the Dean of Students. Click here to see a full listing of student organizations. Click here for a listing of student organization sponsors.

Student Government Association and Senate of SWOSU at Weatherford

The Voice of the Students! The Student Government Association (SGA) is the governing body of SWOSU students. Student fees fund the operations of the SGA, and student-elected officers oversee the expenditure of those funds. The three branches of the SGA (Executive, Legislative, and Judicial) work together to lead students by serving them. The SGA is the advocate for student interests, a powerful voice for change and progress, and a dedicated provider of student services and resources.

The SGA has accomplished many things on this campus, including: making Martin Luther King, Jr day a university holiday, bringing paper recycling to this campus, making SWOSU tobacco free, and planning SWOSUpalooza every year. The SGA is always looking for enthusiastic and responsible students to participate in making decisions for the students of the university.

Student Senate at SWOSU at Sayre

The Student Senate at Sayre consists of a president, vice-president, secretary, three (3) freshmen representatives and three sophomore representatives. All offices are filled by student body election. It is the purpose of this organization to bring about a close relation between students and faculty; to foster ideas to improve our college; to promote, correlate and supervise student activities.

Club Sports

  1. Club Sports must be a recognized campus organization and as such, report to the Dean of Students.
  2. Club Sports will have a university sponsor travel with them to all away games.
  3. Club Sports must have an approved travel plan on file with the Dean of Students prior to traveling to away games.
  4. Club Sports may use the SWOSU name once they have been recognized by the Student Government Association and Student Services.
  5. Waiver and release forms must be on file for all active members and updated as membership changes. A copy should be provided to the Dean of Students, as well as club sponsor who will travel with the team.
  6. As with any recognized student organization, Club Sports participants must observe the Student Code of Conduct since they represent the campus.
  7. Any violations of the drug or alcohol policy will result in suspension of a club; they may not request funding nor travel for the duration of the penalty.
  8. All participants in Club Sports must be enrolled in at least six credit hours or more and be in good academic standing.
  9. All clubs receiving recognition must wait one year before they are eligible to request funding from the Student Allocation Committee. Any student organization may, with approval of the Dean of Students, engage in fund raising or may accept donations from interested parties.
  10. Sports Clubs are encouraged to purchase medical coverage before participating in the sports events. They are not covered under the university varsity medical plan.
  11.  The university will not be liable for injuries incurred during participation of Club Sports.