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Shared Governance Forum
The recent shared governance forum on March 30 inspired debate, answered questions, urged audience members to take part in University government, and spelled out why shared governance is so essential.
Welcome New Students
We are excited to welcome University of Maryland, Baltimore's incoming class of students. Good luck this year!
Keep up to date with upcoming USGA-sponsored events!
Campus Life Weekly with USGA
Campus Life Services and the University Student Government Association (USGA) are excited to announce that Campus Life Weekly and USGA News have joined forces to distribute Campus Life Weekly with USGA, a weekly newsletter with campus events and announcements!
Be Informed Series
The Be Informed Series is sponsored by the UMB Office of Student Development & Leadership and the University Student Government Association.
Through expert speakers, film documentaries, art, and other media, the Be Informed Series attempts to provide an interdisciplinary window into critical issues that have a direct or indirect impact upon our lives.
Read the spotlights on Spencer Todd, USGA President, and David Zeledon, a senator from Carey Law.
Congratulations to our newly elected Executive Board.
How Can I Get Involved?
Students are welcome to participate in all USGA events and attend our monthly USGA senate meetings to get involved with the issues discussed or in USGA event planning.
Resources for Student Organizations
Are you on the e-board of a student organization? Do you need more information on how to get the word out about your events?
Shared Governance Statement
Shared governance is a priority at the University of Maryland, Baltimore (UMB). We believe in a shared responsibility among staff, faculty, administration, and students to promote a collaborative process whereby UMB and the faculty, staff, and students have regular dialog on important issues of concern to the parties. The common shared objective is to enhance the goals of the institution.
See the USM policy for specific examples