Student Government

The University of Minnesota’s student government is made up of the Graduate and Professional Student Assembly, the Minnesota Student Association and Student Senate – a body that represents students from all University campuses. The graduate and undergraduate governments advocate for students at the University.
Jan. 21, 2014
At its Winter Conference, the Association of Big Ten Students focused on college affordability.
Jan. 07, 2014
University police called efforts to combat recent crime on campus a “Band-Aid” and that the department needs more resources.
Dec. 02, 2013
Acquiring new members each year affects how student government operates.
Nov. 27, 2013
Gabe Madson leads a team of pollsters who gauge students’ take on campus issues.
Nov. 20, 2013
With Matt Forstie, students have more influence at the Capitol than ever.
Nov. 18, 2013
MSA could appeal the rec center’s rule against sleeveless shirts next month.
Oct. 23, 2013
In response to student concerns, MSA is upping its prevention efforts.
Oct. 09, 2013
MSA passed its budget Tuesday after an initial vote failed.
Sep. 25, 2013
MPIRG and MSA volunteers registered and got voting pledges from more than 100 U students.
Sep. 25, 2013
There weren’t enough reps. for a vote, and members disagreed on leadership stipends.
Sep. 11, 2013
MSA will prioritize the U’s bonding bill and open-source textbooks this year.
May. 06, 2013
Some students disagree with how a suggestion page is managed by student government.
May. 01, 2013
The outgoing president reflected on his term and MSA’s success.
Apr. 11, 2013
Campus elections have had low student turnout for the past five years.
Apr. 08, 2013
Sanford, Fairview leaders said they’d stop takeover talks if the University objects.

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