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Longhorn Legislative Aides

2013-14 LLAs

Longhorn Legislative Aide is a freshman leadership agency within Student Government designed to develop the University of Texas’s future leaders. Longhorn Legislative Aides (LLAs) are an active group of twenty interns that provide feedback and help author resolutions to issues across campus while working closely with the Student Government Executive Board, Assembly, and other agencies. LLAs will understand what it means to be a longhorn by focusing on the UT core values of Learning, Leadership, and Responsibility.

LLA strives to create an environment for freshmen to grow by learning
from not only hands on experience but also one another. LLA aims to fully equip
students for leadership in the future by providing them with opportunities to
interact with other student leaders. LLA becomes a community for the members to
support each other and those around them in any endeavor.

This year, LLA serves as an official 360 Connection. By participating in the LLA 360 Connection, you will immediately find a community of support, guidance, mentorship and friendship amongst fellow new members of the Longhorn Community.

LLAs at IM Showdown-2Applications for the 2014-15 school year will be available here at midnight on August 1. We recommend using this PDF to see the entire application. The application will be completely online this year on Hornslink. Whichever format you choose, all applications are due by  September 14th at midnight.

Participants will be selected by review of the application and an interview with the LLA Directors and other members of Student Government.

For more information, please contact the LLA Agency Co-Directors, Arushi Pandya and Kendall Hughes at, follow LLA on Twitter, or like them on Facebook.


The University of Texas at Austin Student Government serves as the official student voice to the UT administration, the Board of Regents, and the Texas Legislature.

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