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What is the Student Turning Point Society?
The Student Turning Point Society is a select group of undergraduate leaders
committed to promoting the spirit of Case Western Reserve University and
dedicated to the ideal that students are responsible for leaving the university
a better place than they found it.
The Student Turning Point Society also has the distinction of being able to
offer its members networking opportunities with friends and alumni of the
university. This type of interaction with intergenerational constituents has
provided unique exposure for students.
How do I become a member of STPS?
STPS members are selected annually during a spring recruitment drive.
Applications are made available to all students during the Spring
semester. The application process consists of a written and, for those selected
to advance, an interview portion. Membership in STPS is highly selective and
Students are selected based upon the following criteria: extraordinary
dedication to Case Western Reserve University, a record of contribution to the
university, proven leadership ability, an academic record of a minimum 2.5
grade point average, and a strong interview and faculty recommendation.
What are the benefits of joining STPS?
- Build strong connections with other student leaders on campus.
- Interact and develop relationships with the university's administration, alumni, and friends.
- Work with members of the administration and faculty to enhance campus life for future students.
What do STPS members do?
- Participate in social functions and alumni events.
- Serve on one of three executive committees.
- Meet monthly to discuss committee and STPS projects.
- Conduct personal tours for VIPs and other high-profile campus visitors.
The 2011-2012 Officers:
"...the ones who are crazy enough to think that they can change the world, are the ones who do."