Pharmacy Student Government Council
Pharmacy Student Government Council (PSGC) is the College’s official, University-sanctioned pharmacy student government organization. It has primary responsibility for administration of the College of Pharmacy code of conduct. The Council also advocates for the interests of pharmacy students, shares information about pharmacy and other health concerns with students at U-M and other pharmacy schools, and promotes the education and career needs of pharmacy students.
Elected by their peers, PSGC representatives from each class serve as liaisons between the students and the administration of the COP. PSGC members serve on the Honor Council and are responsible for administration of the COP code of conduct. Furthermore, the student council lobbies for the interests of pharmacy students, facilitates professional development events, and promotes the education and career needs of pharmacy students. Town Hall meetings, internship panels, and partnering with pre-health as well as post-graduate organizations allow PSGC to achieve its goal of increasing collaboration and communication among all levels of pharmacy.