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.
Apr. 16, 2014
A University Senate vote may publicize course evaluations but not instructor reviews.
Apr. 16, 2014
Some students are pushing a bill to make certain housing donations tax deductible.
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.
Apr. 07, 2014
MSA veteran Joelle Stangler wants to start by addressing affordability.
Apr. 07, 2014
Current GAPSA member Alfonso Sintjago defeated COGS’ Scott Petty in a tight race.
Mar. 31, 2014
Students from all five University campuses flocked to the Capitol on Thursday to push for state funding.
Mar. 26, 2014
MSA presidential candidates talked tuition and campus safety Tuesday evening.
Mar. 13, 2014
Joelle Stangler and Abdisamed Awed are vying to lead the U’s undergraduates.
Mar. 12, 2014
A resolution pushes UDS to open dining halls for breakfast during spring finals week.
Mar. 10, 2014
A Student Senate amendment would guarantee seats for non-undergrads, if it is approved.
Mar. 05, 2014
The group and the Faculty Senate are advocating for more transparency.
Mar. 03, 2014
A resolution could change the group’s fees request process.
Mar. 03, 2014
Northrop, MPIRG and other groups protested their initial fees recommendations.


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