In its last meeting of 2016, the Board announced Steve Charles as its newest member and the Faculty Senate President Michael Sachs asked the board to consider naming the university a sanctuary campus.
A petition with more than 900 signatures will make its way to the president and provost before the end of the semester.
Despite a record-breaking year for voter turnout in 2015, TSG has not often met its turnout goals.
The representative body will officially begin its full legislative duties at the beginning of the Spring 2017 semester.
The forum discussed various topics like the proposed on-campus football stadium, student relations with the community and neighborhood cleanliness.
The sustainability task force is planning to install hand-dryers around campus.
The proposal will be brought to the Board of Trustees in Spring 2017 for approval.
TSG is hoping voter turnout will be more than double for parliament than it was for the general election in Spring 2016.
Despite promotions on social media, some students said they were not aware of an upcoming election.
The 37-seat body aims to represent students from various organizations and each graduating class.