Central Student Government
Winter 2024 Elections
CSG Winter 2024 Elections
The Winter CSG elections will be held March 27th - 28th.
More information on candidate registration coming soon!
CSG Elections: FAQs, and Resources
Elections are in November and March of each year. CSG's midterms are in November and fill vacancies in the Assembly. March elections are a reset of the government and a new Assembly and Executive Team are elected. They are held on the last Wednesday and Thursday before Thanksgiving in November and the last Wednesday and Thursday in March.
You can visit vote.umich.edu to vote on the two Election Days. This semester they are March 27 and 28, 2024.
Both! The other election is for your unit student government. Each school and college has an individual student government that represents it while CSG represents all 19 schools and colleges.
Any student at the University of Michigan is eligible to run as long as they have one semester remaining after the current one. No prior experience is necessary.
There are limited requirements and barriers to entry. The only requirements are that you attend one Assembly meeting and that you attend one of two Candidates Information Sessions.
To be placed on the ballot and become a Candidate you must fill out a candidacy application form and send to the University Elections Commission. This form will be listed on this page of the website when open. For more information, email firstname.lastname@example.org
An Executive Ticket is a slate of a Presidential and Vice Presidential candidate.
To endorse a candidate, please fill out an affidavit of endorsement. These forms will be available on this page when open.
The Executive Debate is an optional part of the campaigning process. In conjunction with the University of Michigan Debate and the Michigan Daily, the CSG Elections Commission hosts a debate for all of the Presidential and Vice Presidential candidates. The date, time, and location of the debate will be posted on this page when applicable.
The Meet the Candidates event is an opportunity to informally get to know the candidates for CSG election. Students may come to this open forum to ask their candidates questions or learn about their positions.
Previous Election Results
To view results of previous elections held by Central Student Government, please click here.