Togrul Savalan

Policy Advisor


Committee Involvement

  • Staff Liaison, Undergraduate Education Policy

My name is Togrul Savalan. I am a second-generation American from the city of Las Vegas. I am currently a junior with a major in Political Science and a minor in Law and Society, and I am interested in getting into the field of law. I am also a Phi Alpha Delta Law fraternity member and was the Community Service Chair of the fraternity in my past academic institution, the University of California Riverside.

I enjoy long walks or catching up on any new shows as a break from school work and going to George Town during the weekend to grab a bite and watch any new movies.

I have previously created and passed two bills as resolutions through the

Associated Students of UCR senate. My first bill focused on the smooth and safe transition from online to in-person learning, and my second bill was on college police transparency.

The reasoning behind the continuation of my passion for policymaking is to use my power and ability to make a difference in an academic environment the best way I can. My personal goal is to have housing be provided in a proper and safe condition to the student body, as I believe housing is a human right. I am excited to bring my passion and skills to help make George Washington University, alongside the Student Association, a capital of learning. A university for the people by the people shall not perish from this earth.