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of Michigan State University
Safe Ride is currently suspending all operations until further notice to protect the safety of our riders. Thank you for your understanding.
Safe Ride is a late night transportation service provided to members of the Michigan State University community as a safe and free alternative to walking home alone after dark. University Safe Ride programs are proven to reduce assault-related dangers and drunk driving both on and off campus.
Please be prepared for wait times that can exceed 30-45 minutes due to rider demand.
The Associated Students of Michigan State University is the undergraduate Student Government of Michigan State. Our mission is to enhance our individual and collective student experience through education, empowerment and advocacy by dedication to the needs and interests of students.
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The General Assembly
The General Assembly is the legislative body of the Associated Students of Michigan State University. The Assembly is comprised of college-elected representatives from the degree-granting colleges, as well as representatives from the Council of Racial and Ethnic Students (CORES), Council of Progressive Students (COPS), and major governing organizations (Residence Hall Association, Fraternity and Sorority Life Councils, etc.)
The Assembly introduces, debates, and votes on legislative action to take a stance on behalf of the collective undergraduate student body. Legislative action from the Assembly on behalf of the undergraduate student body is then carried forward in advocacy to University officials, community leaders, as well as representatives at the State Capitol and Federal level of government. The Assembly also maintains fiduciary responsibility for the funds of the organization, authorizing the annual ASMSU budget in the spring, and any other expenditures that are not already set forward in the budget for the organization.
Time & Location
115 International Center
Message from the ASMSU President
My name is Mario Kakos and I am your Student Body President. Representing our undergraduate family of around 40,000 students. I am privileged to serve each of you during this critical moment in time.
At MSU, “Spartans Will” is not just a slogan – but a way of life. As the Associated Students of Michigan State University, we are passionate about serving the student body. Our focus spans across campus well-being, equity and inclusion, student organization funding and so much more. This is a small sample of the initiatives student government members take on behalf of the students.
In moments of tension or conflict – I will always act in the best interests of the student body. As your president, I am committed to resolving differences when I can, taking a firm stand when I cannot, and devoting all of my energy in the upcoming year advocating on your behalf. If you have any questions, comments, or concerns about student life or MSU in general, please do not hesitate to contact me at email@example.com or on Twitter at @ASMSU_Pres.
Our weekly meetings are open to the public, and all students are welcome who wish to voice their opinion regarding student life and well-being. I encourage you to become involved. The General Assembly, (your college elected voting representatives) meet each Thursday at 7pm. Please see the calendar on the home page, I encourage you to visit and learn more about university and student decisions that directly impact you.
Spring Loans Start
January 6, 2020
First Wave of ASMSU Hiring Closes
January 10, 2020
Second Wave of ASMSU Hiring Opens
February 3, 2020
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Second Wave of ASMSU Hiring Closes
March 6, 2020
Spring Loans Due
April 10, 2020
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Holds Applied for Spring Loans
April 17, 2020
iClicker and Calculator Rentals Due
May 30, 2020
Mail to 556 E Circle Drive, RM 307
Spring Loans to Collections
August 3, 2020
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