This Wednesday, April 25, ASG will hold its general assembly meeting on the Montrose Campus at 7 p.m. We’d love to hear your voice, so please come by!
It is once again time to recognize the outstanding individuals, groups, and teams that contribute to the tremendous success of CMU. Associated Student Government is proud to announce that nomination forms for the 2012 Maverick Awards are now available in the ASG offices on the second floor of the University Center. Please take the time to nominate those people who have accomplished extraordinary feats throughout the year. This year’s nomination form is attached. For more information please contact Student Body President Justin Kawcak at jkawcak at mavs dot coloradomesa dot edu or (970) 248-1707. Good luck!
Nomination forms are also available HERE.
Associated Student Government invites you to take a stand against violence.
Please join us for a series of forums that aim to identify and approach violence on campus proactively.
Our first forum takes place Wednesday, March 7 at 6 p.m. in the University Center’s West Ballroom.
Colorado Mesa University is considering moving from an 85 admissions index score to one of 92. This will make CMU a “selective” institution. Currently, the university is “moderately selective”.
ASG will be hosting open forums to collect input from CMU students. An assortment of desserts & hot chocolate will be served!
Monday, Feb. 27- 4 pm, University Center 225
Tuesday, Feb. 28- 5 pm, Grand Mesa Multipurpose Room
Wednesday, Feb. 29- 5 pm, Houston Hall 104
Hope to see you there!
For more information, email ASG President Justin Kawcak or call him at 970-248-1707.
ASG’s first town hall meeting takes place February 20th in Bookcliff Cafe.
Topics we hope to cover include campus policies on safety and tobacco, alcohol on campus, increasing CMU’s index scores, and the possibility of extending Thanksgiving break.
We welcome all questions, concerns, and input from students.
Hope to see you there!
Future Town Hall Dates:
March 19th, 7-8:30
April 23rd, 7-8:30
The Colorado Mesa University Associated Student Government is seeking a highly motivated and well-organized student to serve as Colorado Mesa University Student Trustee. Candidates must be of full-time junior or senior status, in good academic standing, and have resided in Colorado at least three years.
The Student Trustee is responsible for representing the students of CMU to
the university’s Board of Trustees. Other duties include serving as an ex-officio executive officer for the Associated Student Government, assisting the ASG External Affairs Committee, and maintaining 10 office hours per week. This is a paid position.
Any individual interested in this position must submit an Election Intent Form by no later than 5 pm, January 27. For more information, please contact ASG Vice President Adrienne Barlow: abarlow AT mavsDOTcoloradomesaDOTedu.
Intent forms are available in ASG’s second floor offices in the University Center!
ASG tonight voted in support of bringing Greek Life to CMU.
Finals are coming! Do you need a Scantron or two? …Or three? ASG is providing FREE Scantrons and Blue Books to the student body this year. You can pick up as many as you need in our offices in the Student Life area of the University center. The forms are on a black shelf right in front of the glass doors!
Monday, Nov. 14 6:30 p.m., ACB 111
Tuesday, Nov. 15 7:00 p.m., Monument Residence Hall’s 3rd Floor Lounge
Wednesday, Nov. 16 5:00 p.m., Saunders Field House 155
Thursday, Nov. 17 7:00 p.m., Grand Mesa Residence Hall’s Multi-Purpose Room
Friday, Nov. 18 12:30 p.m., University Center 221
Friday, Nov. 18 5:00 p.m., Grand Mesa Residence Hall Multi-Purpose Room
Sunday, Nov. 20 5:00 p.m., University Center 222
A student discussion on the possibility of bringing Greek Life to CMU. Come get facts, voice your opinions, and ask questions. If you cannot attend, or would like to leave a comment or receive more information, please contact ASG President Justin Kawcak at email@example.com