Executive Commissions & Task Forces
Every year the Central Student Government establishes executive commissions and task forces to address student issues on campus. Commissions are a great way to focus on a specific policy area and to experience the policy formulation process at the University of Michigan. Time commitment will vary by commission / task force. We will have seven commissions this year. If you are interested in learning more about any one of these commissions/how to get involved, please fill out this brief interest form (updated 6/8/2021).
Ex-Officio Members of the Assembly
The Assembly, the main legislative body of Central Student Government, has six seats set aside for:
First Year Undergraduate Student
First Year Graduate Student
Pell Grant Eligible Student
Interested in running for a seat?
Central Student Government holds elections twice each year.
The March elections are to fill all Representative seats on the Assembly, as well as the student body President and Vice President positions.
The November election is to fill vacated seats from the March election.
If you are interested in learning more, email email@example.com and visit csg.umich.edu/elections.
Join the Student Organization Funding Committee
Students who wish to join SOFC’s team should visit our funding page for further details on the recruitment process. If you have any questions, please visit our Committee Chairs in office hours (times listed on our website) or email us at firstname.lastname@example.org. We look forward to your application and shared commitment to our campus community.
Interested in having a larger role in CSG, and in creating fun CSG campus-wide events? If so, please fill out this form here and apply to be a part of CSG's new Programming Board! The Programming Board consists of four Assembly members, as well as all those interested from the general student body. As a member, you will help to try to increase our campus' sense of community through creating events such as Formal and finals stress-relief events. If you have any questions, feel free to reach out to email@example.com.
Work with the Assembly
If you are passionate about a particular issue, work with the Assembly to have your voice heard.
Community Concerns – Sign up for a slot and talk directly to the CSG executive team and the Assembly at the meeting.
Write a resolution – Is there something you’d like to see addressed on campus? Work with your CSG Representatives to craft a resolution to start the conversation.