Student Government

Central Student Government President David Schafer at a meeting of the group on January 10, 2017.

The University of Michigan Central Student Government featured on their Facebook page the first five students who were selected to be a part of its new initiative, “200 for 200,” Wednesday morning.

The Engineering Student Government met in the Union on Wednesday.

Engineering Student Government started its meeting Wednesday night with community input from David Schafer, president of Central Student Government and an LSA senior, regarding the potential for a more collaborative future between the two respective student governments.

Ayah Issa, Diversity and Inclusion Chair, celebrates the passing of her proposal at the Central Student Government meeting in the Union on Tuesday.

During Tuesday night’s meeting, Central Student Government set the dates for the election of the 2017-2018 academic year’s leaders to be held on March 22 and 23, with 31 voting in favor and one abstaining.

Students on the Engineering Student Government discuss upcoming resolutions in the Union on Wednesday.

Engineering Student Government convened late Wednesday night in Central Student Government Chambers to discuss plans for the upcoming semester, including whether engineering students benefit from the $10 fee paid by every student at the University of Michigan, which funds CSG.


Community member Keysha Wall addresses the Central Student Government at the meeting in the Union on Tuesday.

A resolution asking President Barack Obama to support undocumented students — brought to the table by BAMN, the national coalition to Defend Affirmative Action, Integration and Immigrant Rig

CSG President David Schafer and Ford senior Joe Shea at the CSG meeting about the new Leadership Engagement Scholarship at the League on October 21st, 2016.

At its final meeting of the fall semester, Central Student Government passed a resolution on mental health awareness and discussed a new policy for bystander intervention training.

A CSG meeting at the Michigan Union on September 13th, 2016.

Central Student Government announced Tuesday afternoon a new pilot policy requiring Bystander Intervention and Community Engagement training workshops for student organization leaders on campus seeking more than $1,000.

Though many of the campaign promises made by the newMich platform were attacked as idealistic by their opposition, the University of Michigan Central Student Government’s administration led by President David Schafer, LSA senior, and Vice President Micah Griggs, LSA senior, has laid conside

With the fall semester coming to a close, Central Student Government has set the groundwork for campaign initiatives it hopes to carry out next year, including engaging more with the student body through scholarships and an anti-racism campaign called “It Starts with Me.”

By Any Means Necessary, a national coalition that aims to defend affirmative action, immigrant rights and equality, visited Central Student Government to show support for a resolution for undocumented students on campus during their Tuesday meeting.