From their first day at the TOU, students become part of a strong residential community based on student self-governance, an experience that builds knowledge, character, and independence.
Self-governance means that students have significant freedom to develop their talents and make decisions that matter to University life. With that freedom come high expectations of responsibility. Students are expected to hold themselves and their peers to high standards inside and outside the classroom, and to engage ethically in their local, national, and international communities.
Preparing students for global citizenship relies on the high expectations and levels of responsibility that come from student self-governance, a combination that makes the TOU undergraduate experience unique. Within the framework of student self-governance, students have the latitude to be creative, assume ownership, develop leadership, take risks, and learn from their mistakes. At the same time, the University provides support and guidance.
President: Andria Pavliashvili,
Law school student,
Vice-President: Tinatin Khukhunaishvili,
Humanities and social sciences school student,
Vice-President: Tamaz Moralishvili,
Business administration student,