Summer Assembly

During the Spring and 000Summer terms of the University, the funding operations of the Central Student Government are condensed into, and operate as, the Summer Assembly.

The Summer Assembly meets every other week for the duration of the Spring and Summer terms unless the Chair deems it appropriate to end sofc_badge_return to main homepagethe Summer Assembly (typically when the budget has been completely utilized).

The eighth meeting of Summer Assembly 2019 will be August 21st at 7:00 p.m. in the CSG Office (2450 North Quad).

Each student organization requesting funding presents their request in a ten-minute allotment which may be extended by a simple majority vote.

The funding application for the August 21st meeting is available here, and is due by NOON on August 21st.

Receipts for granted funds are due three weeks following the meeting at which the funds were awarded. Please submit receipts here.

Please email with any questions.

Minutes from the 9th Summer Assembly

Meeting 7 – 7 August 2019
Meeting 6 – 24 July 2019
Meeting 5 – 10 July 2019
Meeting 4 – 26 June 2019 – Summer 2019 Budget
Meeting 3 – 12 June 2019
Meeting 2 – 29 May 2019
Meeting 1 – 15 May 2019

Minutes from the 8th Summer Assembly

Meeting 2 – 19 June 2018
Meeting 1 – 05 June 2018

Diversity Summit – Bridging Gaps

On April 6th, 2019 at 10am; CSG will be hosting its very first Diversity Summit- Bridging Gaps; A a part of the NET Plan series. The conference would be a one-day summit with keynote speakers and various workshop tracks relating to the experience of underrepresented and marginalized communities on our campus and hot topic issues.

Register yourself and get your organizations involved. A light breakfast and lunch will be provided for all.

Contact- Lloyd Lyons- if you have any questions.

Mental Health Week 2019

Central Student Government and partners are organizing a Mental Health Week for the week of March 24, 2019.

March 24, 2019 – Study Space

Need a quiet place to study? In honor of Mental Health Awareness Week, CSG and Mind Matters will be co-sponsoring a free study space for students on the 6th floor of Ross from 9AM-4:30PM.

March 25, 2019 – PULSE Healthy Breakfast

Join CSG and PULSE for a healthy breakfast during Mental Health Awareness Week!
Check back here for the location closer to the event date!
To learn more about PULSE:

March 26, 2019 – Wolverine Support Network Drop-In Session

During the Tuesday of Mental Health Awareness Week, drop-in to an open session of Wolverine Support Network– all students are welcome!
To learn more about Wolverine Support Network:

March 26, 2019 – Active Minds Multicultural Panel

Join CSG and Active Minds for a multicultural panel on the topic of mental health advocacy during Mental Health Awareness Week!
Active Minds is a student led, peer-to-peer mental health advocacy and awareness group. To learn more about Active Minds, please visit:

March 27, 2019 – Prioritize Wellness

Give yourself space to take a well-deserved break! Join First Year Experience and CSG for a mindful break, candy, and free giveaways during Mental Health Awareness Week.
To learn more about the work of First Year Experience, please visit:

March 29, 2019 – Out of the Darkness with Dr. Mark Sinyor

Join CSG and Out of the Darkness for a discussion with Dr. Mark Sinyor, founder of PROGRESS (the Program of Research and Education to Stop Suicide), during Mental Health Awareness Week.

March 29, 2019 – What’s It Like: An Understanding of Diversity in Mental Health

Join Call for Humanity and CSG for an evening of dialogue about diversity in mental health during Mental Health Awareness Week!

Calculator Rentals

Central Student Government is offering TI-84 calculator rentals for no charge to currently enrolled University of Michigan students (must provide valid MCard). Calculators may be picked up and reserved at the Central Student Government Office (2450 North Quad).

If calculators are returned late or lost, your student account will be subject to charges.

For more information, please contact

Fall 2018 Election Results

Click here to see the Fall 2018 Election Results.

Central Student Government held the Fall 2018 Elections on November 26, 2018 and November 27, 2018 at

CSG is the campus-wide student government, representing all 19 degree-granting units at the University of Michigan in Ann Arbor.  Various colleges and schools at the University have their own Student Government Elections as well.  If you are interested in running for LSA Student Government, you may find more information about LSA-SG Elections here.

Fall 2018 University Elections Commission:

Election Director: Victoria Allen (Law)
Back-up Election Director: Austin DelPriore (Law)

Mass Meeting – 9.18.18

Interested in getting involved in student government? Stop by Palmer Commons on the 25th at 7pm to find out more about what we do, why we do it, and if CSG is something you should add to your Michigan experience.

There are many different ways to get your voice heard in Central Student Government at the University of Michigan, including: joining an Executive Commission or Task Force, joining the Student Organization Funding Committee (SOFC), or by applying to be an intern for CSG’s Executive Team.

Pizza will be provided! We looking forward to getting to know you.