General Assembly

general assemblyThe General Assembly is the legislative branch of ASNMU, responsible for developing legislation and overseeing the progress of ASNMU initiatives. Assembly meetings are held weekly and public opinion is always welcome.

Fall 2016 meetings are every Tuesday at 8:00 pm in the University Center, unless otherwise called for.

Listed below is the Fall 2016 ASNMU Meeting Schedule:

  • AUGUST 23 – ASNMU OFFICE
  • AUGUST 30 – ASNMU OFFICE
  • SEPTEMBER 6 – ASNMU OFFICE
  • SEPTEMBER 13 – ASNMU OFFICE
  • SEPTEMBER 20 – ASNMU OFFICE
  • SEPTEMBER 27 – ASNMU OFFICE
  • OCTOBER 4 – ASNMU OFFICE
  • OCTOBER 11 – ASNMU OFFICE
  • OCTOBER 18 – ASNMU OFFICE
  • OCTOBER 25 – ASNMU OFFICE
  • NOVEMBER 1 – ASNMU OFFICE
  • NOVEMBER 8 – ASNMU OFFICE
  • NOVEMBER 15 – ASNMU OFFICE
  • NOVEMBER 29 – ASNMU OFFICE

Leadership of the General Assembly:

The Chair of the Assembly is responsible for the operation of the General Assembly. This includes running the weekly meetings, and serving as the Chief Legislator of the Legislative Branch. The Chair of the Assembly is chosen by the General Assembly itself from among its voting members. The 2016 Chair of the Assembly is Jeulani Gahiji.

 

Division of the General Assembly

 

Representatives serve on either the Academic Affairs Board or the Student Affairs Board depending on how they represent students. They also serve on at least one university committee and work on various ASNMU projects.

We encourage you to check out the current committees and projects that they are currently working on! If there is something you would like to see us pursue, please send us a suggestion.

 

 

Academic Affairs Committee

The Academic Affairs Committee is responsible for handling student concerns regarding academics at NMU and implementing programs to further enhance the academic experience at NMU.

Academic Affairs consists of 4 College of Arts & Sciences representatives, 4 College of Health Sciences and Professional Studies representatives, 2 General Studies representatives, 1 College of Business Representative, and 1 Graduate Studies representative. These numbers are subject to change depending on Semester Enrollment numbers.

If you have any academic related concerns, please contact your ASNMU representative and see what we can do for you!

 

 

Student Affairs Committee

The Student Affairs Committee is responsible for handling student concerns regarding student life including housing, dining services, and campus to community connections. The Board creates and maintains projects that will benefit student life. Examples of Student Affairs projects include: the Wildcat Wallet program and the 24 Hour Study Lounge.

The Student Affairs Committee represents students based on where they live. There are 12 positions on the Student Affairs Board: 2 down-campus representatives, 1 up-campus representative, 1 on-campus apartment’s representative, and 8 off-campus representatives. These numbers are subject to change depending on Semester Enrollment Numbers.

 

 

If you would like to join in our efforts, apply for a General Assembly position by filling out the application here.