The University Council is composed of a representative from each degree granting institution’s student government at the University of Michigan. The University Council meets to discuss and debate campus issues, propose and vote on legislation for the betterment of the University community, hear the concerns of constituents, and collaborate on initiatives.
Meetings of the University Council are chaired by the Vice President of Central Student Government.
The University Council serves to collectively represent the student voice at the University and to make decisions for the Central Student Government in a deliberative manner. There is one student from each degree granting institution, making the Council 19 students, not including the President of the Council. A student organization with more than 400 members may sit on the Council in an ex-officio capacity by providing a listserv and recent email that demonstrates the size of the organization.
University Council meetings take place every two weeks.
Please email email@example.com if you are interested in getting involved in the University Council.
A representative from the following student governments of their respective degree granting institutions compose the University Council