- We are now accepting nominations forms for the upcoming Student Government Elections. Click on this link to be directed to online nomination forms the following positions: -President/Vice President (must run together on a ticket) -Student Trustee (open to undergraduate and graduate students) -Student Senators -Referendum Questions The deadline to submit nominations is Wednesday, March 8 at midnight. Elections will be held April 3-6. Please contact Elections@umbgov.com with any questions.
Governing bodies for students exist on the undergraduate and graduate level. Both groups represent their student constituents to the University community, and support programming and activity for their student populations.
The Undergraduate Student Government and the Graduate Student Assembly represent their student constituents to the University community and support programming and activities for their student populations, especially through undergraduate clubs and graduate professional organizations.
Undergraduate Student Government
The Student Senate: Comprised of representatives from the academic colleges, the Senate administers, through the Office of Student Activities and Leadership, the student activities fee that funds over 100 clubs and centers (CC-3-3003). www.umbgov.com
Graduate Student Assembly
The Graduate Student Assembly: Comprised of representatives from each graduate college, In addition to funding graduate professional organizations, the GSA offers several different types of grants to graduate students to assist their professional development and research. They host a graduate research conference, as well as plan social activities to bring graduate students from different programs together (CC-3-3404.01). http://gsaumb.wordpress.com