Taylor Student Organization
The Taylor Student Organization (TSO) offers over 100 dynamic and diverse student leadership positions and experiences on campus. Students are encouraged to plug their gifts and passions into an office and team setting that will cultivate their faith, leadership and calling for service.
Student leaders in the Taylor Student Organization work to create excellent programs and provide quality services that build Christian community, explore contemporary issues and popular culture through a Christian worldview and add to the educational and spiritual environment of campus.
Student offices within the Taylor Student Organization include:
The Office of Student Body President and the Chief of Staff provide student leadership, vision, and support to the Taylor Student Organization and work closely with administration.
Student Senate serves the student body as elected officials by representing student concerns and issues and seeking solutions that will effect positive change in our community.
The Student Activities Council (SAC) creates fun and meaningful activities and recreational events that encourage campus involvement and community investment for all students.
Integration of Faith and Culture Programs (IFC) furthers the educational and spiritual development of the community's understanding of art, popular arts, and culture in light of faith through lectures, films, concerts, discussions and a published journal.
Media and Marketing Services Board creatively and effectively advertises and markets TSO events to students, faculty, and staff through graphic arts design, video commercials, photography, and communication lines with WTUR and the Echo. The Media and Marketing Services Board also serves the community by publishing News of the Day and The Interchange in an effort to communicate news, issues, and opportunities to students, faculty and staff.
The Office of Finance manages all of the Taylor Student Organization's budgets and promotes financial seminars and workshops that help educate students on financial issues.
Multi-Ethnic Student Association (MESA) furthers the educational, spiritual, and relational development of the Taylor University community through the Office of American Ethnic Student Programs (AESP), Mu Kappa, and International Student Society (ISS). MESA helps foster an environment at Taylor Universty that produces Christians who are actively involved in the pursuit of local and global justice, providing hope through the gospel of reconciliaton.
Leadership Development Cabinet furthers students' personal growth and understanding of Christ-centered leadership through a variety of formal and informal learning and serving opportunities including hosting the National Student Leadership Conference.
Inter-Class Council (ICC) builds Christian community amongst each graduating class through class events, as well as community events that promote fellowship, growth, healthy competition, and unity.
The Community Life Board furthers the spiritual and relational development of students, both individually and corporately, through men's and women's ministries, mentoring and campus events.
Student Services Council serves the student body through a variety of opportunities, forums, and services that enhance the Taylor experience and add to the educational, social, and spiritual development of the community.