Recent PSG & Council Updates

Medical Student Council General Meeting

December 7th, 2016|0 Comments

Wednesday, December 7th, at 6:00 pm in Mayo B646.  All are welcome to attend.

Fuel for Finals from Office of Student Services!

December 6th, 2016|0 Comments

An FYI for all of the COP: To help give you an energy boost during finals week, join us for a study break next Monday, [...]

What’s life after dental school like?

December 5th, 2016|0 Comments

Dentistry as a New Graduate, an Alumni Panel Discussion Didn't make it to last week's panel discussion with DDS alumni? We chatted with four experienced [...]

Diversity and Inclusion Forum

November 21st, 2016|0 Comments

Diversity + Inclusion Forum: A Time for Reflection, Respect, Compassion, and Community Monday, November 21 | 12:15pm - 1:30pm at Moos Tower 2-650

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About Professional Student Government

PSG stands for Professional Student Government. We’re just what you’d expect: we’re the student government that represents professional students at the University of Minnesota. We have three branches of government: executive, legislative, and judicial. Leaders in PSG are either elected or appointed by professional student Councils or the professional student body.
Think of PSG as like the US federal government, and professional student Councils as like states. PSG brings together all the Councils in one organization. It represents every professional student, from every Council and academic program. It provides resources to the Councils and their students. It accords comity and facilitates coordination between all Councils.
If you’re a fees-paying professional student at the University of Minnesota, PSG’s professional development grants can help cover the cost of traveling to an off-campus event. PSG also advocates for you at the University. On the state and national level, PSG represents you and your interests with legislators and government leaders. PSG strives to make your student life better; let us know how we can help!

Students Represented by PSG