Over the course of three months, over 30 teams competed in INNOVATE, Central Student Government’s Public Service Pitch Competition. Teams worked with mentors in workshops to develop an idea, create a presentation, and pitch their idea to a panel of judges. Nine teams made it to the final round of judging. On March 7, all … Continue reading INNOVATE Results
CSG Demographic Report 2017-2018
Come meet your Central Student Government Representatives at Yost Ice Arena on March 14th from 6:30PM - 8:00PM! The skating’s on us! Free food and hot cocoa provided. Don’t miss this opportunity to discuss your questions and concerns and learn what CSG is all about.
The Central Student Government Assembly consists of Representatives from across all 19 of the University’s schools and colleges. They are led by a Speaker and Vice Speaker. Because of renovations to the Union, CSG meetings will occur in various locations over the 2018-2019 and 2019-2020 school years. Assembly meeting times and locations for Fall 2018 can … Continue reading Attend a CSG Assembly meeting!
Central Student Government hosted the 2018 Elections on March 21 and March 22. Vote at vote.umich.edu! 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 … Continue reading Winter 2018 Elections
On March 30th, Central Student Government will be hosting Community Connect from 4-7 PM in the Kuenzel Room of the Michigan Union, which is an event that aims to connect prospective University of Michigan students with community service-centered student organizations. The program is modeled after Festifall/Winterfest — the only difference is that it’s specifically for … Continue reading Community Connect
Central Student Government and Growing STEM are proud to present "U of STEM" — a conversation, dialogue, and town hall about the underrepresentation of minorities and females in STEM majors. Join us on Feb. 19 from 6:00 - 8:00 pm at the Michigan Room in the Michigan League for light refreshments and a valuable, well-overdue … Continue reading Town Hall for Underrepresentation in STEM
Join Central Student Government, the Services for Students with Disabilities Office and the Dean of Students Office for an informative dialogue about autism on our campus with keynote speaker Sylvia van Merteen. Registration starts at 8:30 a.m. on Tuesday, February 20 in the Hatcher Library Gallery Room.
U-M’s Information and Technology Services is piloting a new tool called MaizeLink, which uses search and filter technology to make it easier for students to organize web-based campus services in one location. Students can personalize MaizeLink to meet their needs. No matter the device being used, individuals can take advantage of intelligent search to find … Continue reading ITS pilots MaizeLink
Join the CSG Government Relations Subcommission on February 12th to hear from Representative Debbie Dingell and other elected representative panelists. The main topics will be Campus Affordability, Campus Sexual Assault and Campus Safety, Housing Affordability, Employment in Michigan, and Diversity and Inclusion on Campus and Beyond. Come for informative dialogue and a chance to meet … Continue reading CSG Government Relations Subcommission presents Representative Roundtable