We want YOU to RUN for a seat on YOUR Graduate Student Government!
Are you interested in taking a leadership role on campus, meeting new people, and interacting with administrators and lawmakers? Whether you want to help organize and fund student events, implement academic policies, or shape legislative policies affecting graduate students, RSG wants you! Please consider running to be a representative in RSG’s Winter … Continue reading
Insurance Marketplace Assistance
University Health Service (UHS) is sponsoring an afternoon drop-in session to help uninsured students with questions and possible enrollment on the Insurance Marketplace. The drop-in session will be held on Thursday Feb. 12th at UHS (207 Fletcher St.), 4th Floor Meeting Room #2 from 1:30 until 5:00.
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Immigration Reform Symposium
The Michigan Journal of Law Reform, a student-run law journal, is hosting a Symposium on Saturday, February 7th on the topic of immigration reform. The all-day event starts at 8:30am, and consists of four roundtable panel discussions, and the keynote speaker, Lucas Guttentag, will present his address over lunch.
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Get Involved! Your student government wants to hear from you! Click here to learn about ways to get involved wit the Graduate Student Government @ U of M.
Fund your Events!
Do you have a great idea or event that you'd like to host? Will your idea benefit a large portion of the graduate student body? Click here to learn about the graduate student government's funding opportunities.
We host a number of social events each month. Graduate school can be a very siloing affair, check here for our upcoming events. We host both family friendly events including trips to see local professional
The graduate student government advocates on behalf of all graduate students at the local, state, and federal levels. This April we will be joining with graduate academic and professional students from public universities across the country in advocating for decreasing graduate student indebtedness, increasing research funding, and increasing opportunities for our international constituents.