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Join us in developing a student government for today's students.

As a student, you have numerous ways to spend your time at Michigan. If you want to make an impact on your fellow Wolverines, then we'd love for you to consider joining our team. 

 

Want to join but don't see a position right for you? Email us at csg.contact@umich.edu

Envisioning a brighter future, our work empowers thousands of students at UM.

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IN THEIR WORDS

"Michigan has given me so much throughout my four years, and CSG allows me to give back to my community. I love CSG because of the collaborative work between the branches and the amazing people that work here"

- Noah Zimmerman, 12th CSG President, 11th Assembly LSA Representative

Open Positions

Want to join but don't see a position right for you? Email us at csg.contact@umich.edu

Executive Branch

The Executive Branch focuses on executing initiatives and representing CSG to the University of Michigan community.

  • We are not hiring at the moment!

Legislative Branch

The Assembly is the legislative body writing legislation and advocating for student needs. Here are the vacancies in the Legislature: 

  • Rackham Graduate School (6 vacancies)

  • Ross School of Business (1 vacancy)

  • School of Dentistry (1 vacancy)

  • School of Education (1 vacancy)

  • School of Information (1 vacancy)

  • School of Nursing (1 vacancy)

  • School of Social Work (1 vacancy)

  • School of Kinesiology  (1 vacancy)

If you are interested in serving in a vacancy appointment, please contact csg.contact@umich.edu..

Other Ways to Get Involved

Want to join but don't see a position right for you? Email us at csg.contact@umich.edu

CSG Elections

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. 

Visit our Elections Page for more details.

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 Assembly at their weekly meeting on Tuesdays at 7:30 pm.

 

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. Find your representative here.

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