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.
Jul. 30, 2014
Like other schools nationwide, COGs members are hoping to set formal standards for graduate students.
Jul. 30, 2014
The group hopes to engage more students with their 2014-15 projects.
Jun. 25, 2014
Student government leaders are amping up efforts to get similar cost reductions.
Jun. 25, 2014
Amid financial concerns, the group may have member councils apply for their own funds.
Jun. 11, 2014
Next year’s capital improvement budget could fund upgrades like more lighting and cameras on campus.
Jun. 11, 2014
The Graduate School is expanding a position this summer to help grow student workshops.
May. 08, 2014
The graduate student government is being investigated for an alleged $93,000 discrepancy.
Apr. 30, 2014
Some say student reps to the Board of Regents could be tougher on leaders.
Apr. 30, 2014
The group approved a summer budget and gave an update on its delayed Renter’s Survey.
Apr. 29, 2014
Two student groups voiced concerns about plagiarism and finances at a hearing Monday.
Apr. 16, 2014
Some students are pushing a bill to make certain housing donations tax deductible.
Apr. 16, 2014
A University Senate vote may publicize course evaluations but not instructor reviews.
Apr. 09, 2014
Turnout was low and most graduate and professional candidates ran as write-ins.
Apr. 08, 2014
Students and instructors are developing an online platform similar to a MOOC.
Apr. 07, 2014
Joelle Stangler will be the 2014-15 undergraduate student body president and Alfonso Sintjago will be the graduate student body president.


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