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Notable changes in the GA:

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The General Assembly voted to recognize a week this March, specifically dedicated to talking about mental health awareness on our campus. Traditionally, ASMSU has done this the past few years called Mental Health Awareness Week (MHAW). It is this week in March that we spend opportunities talking about mental health, for you the student body, in a new way, releasing that stigma and thinking about how we need to be more aware of our mental health.

The General Assembly voted to advocate for legalizing pepper spray on our campus.

The General Assembly voted to support the Campus Safety and Accountability Act.

The General Assembly voted to support action on textbook affordability.


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ASMSU Leadership Scholarships

ASMSU Leadership Scholarship Applications are now available!
Follow this link to find out more: http://studentaffairs.msu.edu/scholarships/index.html

Message from the ASMSU President

The spring semester is a time for renewed opportunities of growth and commitment on our campus and throughout the greater community. At ASMSU, we have seen a busy fall semester with many new and continued initiatives, many friendships, and overall strength among our main purpose: to serve and voice the needs of our student body.

I am assured that together, ‘Spartans Will’ continue to help our community prosper as we take on a new semester. But, it can only happen from the support and engagement from everyone that we represent. This new year, it is a personal resolution for me to hear from even more of our students that have genuine concerns about making our campus a better, safer, and healthier place. This happens by meeting with students in passing, across registered student organizations, and social media.

My personal hope for every student this semester is to get involved. Whether it’s through an initiative at ASMSU, or joining one of the 800+ student organizations on campus; the opportunities are endless to leave a Spartan legacy with some of the closest friends you will treasure in your lifetime. Not only is involvement at MSU a chance to strengthen your friendships, but also the sure way to succeed in the classroom.

As we look ahead to our new classes, I am encouraging each and every Spartan to keep their heads high, and their goals set higher as we reach bigger potential at Michigan State University. Success must be known as a collaborative effort, for all of us on “Team MSU.”

Go Green!

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Lorenzo Santavicca
Student Body President, ASMSU
president@asmsu.msu.edu

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Monday, January 9

We open at 9 am!

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Tax Refund Requests Available

Monday, January 9 - 23

Please visit our office or e-mail adminasst@asmsu.msu.edu

Last Day to Request Tax Refund

Monday, January 23

Last Day to Request Tax Refund

Monday, January 23

Last to request a Short-Term Loan

Friday, Feb. 17

Last to request a Short-Term Loan

Friday, Feb. 17

All Spring Loans are Due!

Friday, April 14

All Spring Loans are Due!

Friday, April 14

All iClickers are Due!

Friday, May 5

All iClickers are Due!

Friday, May 5

ASMSU by the Numbers

STUDENT RIGHTS ADVOCATES

27 Cases
7 of 27 went to a hearing

 LAWYERS

800 Cases
– 300 Civil
– 500 Criminal

STUDENT ALLOCATIONS BOARD

Funded $109,270.85 for 34 Registered Student Organizations

Finance & Operations

643 iClickers rented by students
88 loans given out for a total of $24,550
6,000 blue books given out to students

RED CEDAR LOG

More than 6,400 yearbooks distributed

ACADEMIC AFFAIRS

Over 50 undergraduate students serve on academic governance committees. All MSU undergraduate students are united under the work of ASMSU:
 the Spartan Code of Honor.

GOVERNMENTAL AFFAIRS

Registered nearly 1,100 students to vote. Working to correct issues surrounding sexual assault on campus. Advising the city with providing recycling services to all off-campus apartment complexes.

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