Central Student Government

CSG and Athletic Department Announce Needs-Based Ticket Pricing

ANN ARBOR, MICHIGAN (February 23, 2015) -- The Athletic Department announced Monday that beginning with the 2015-2016 season, students who demonstrate financial need under the Federal Pell Grant will be able to purchase tickets at discounted prices.  The terms will apply to all football, men's basketball, and men's ice hockey events, and the deadline for returning students to claim discounted tickets is March 27.  The process for reduced pricing was communicated to eligible students on Monday.

CSG Releases Student Honor Code Tentative Language and Group Input Form

ANN ARBOR, MICHIGAN (February 19, 2015) - The Student Honor Code Task Force held its first open forum this evening.  Student leaders from around campus participated in asking questions, making suggestions, and working further toward shaping the honor code.  A formal recommendation of the honor code is due on March 15th.  

February 18th, 2015

1) In 2005, Ann Arbor cut the amount of time that street lights are left on in order to control the costs. In a meeting Tuesday evening, however, Ann Arbor city council lifted the street light moratorium, a measure that directly benefits student safety.  

February 17th, 2015

1) Students are calling for a reorganization of the Fall 2015 winter break schedule.

February 12th, 2015

1) A vigil was held in the Diag this past Wednesday to pay respect to the three Muslim students who were shot and killed in Chapel Hill, N.C.  Around 200 people gathered with candles to memorialize Deah Shaddy Barakat (23), Yusor Mohammad Abu-Salha (21) and Razan Mohammad Abu-Salha (19).  Their deaths have been linked to a dispute over parking, and are now being investigated as a hate crime.  http://www.michigandaily.com/news/muslim-group-holds-vigil-diag

February 10th, 2015

1) CSG announced the commission of a task force Sunday night, which will work with administrators and campus leaders to develop a student honor code.  The aim of the honor code will be to encourage and motivate students to hold themselves to a higher standard of academic integrity and individual behavior.

CSG President Commissions Task Force to Create Student Honor Code

ANN ARBOR, MICHIGAN (February 8, 2015) – In response to a number of recent issues regarding student behavior on and off campus, Student Body President Bobby Dishell, with the assistance of the CSG Executive team, has created an executive task force to develop a Student Honor Code for the University of Michigan. 



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