LeadMN joined 51 organizations in a letter to congressional leaders about the need to better support student parents in college.
Governor Walz's budget proposal includes a number of items to bolster funding at Minnesota's higher education institutions.
This past week LeadMN's Universal FAFSA legislation was introduced in the State Senate, Congress passed the College Transparency Act out of the House, and LeadMN joined with nearly 200 other organizations in support of increasing the Pell Grant.
On Wednesday 2/2, LeadMN student leaders testified before the MN House Higher Ed Committee on this year's legislative priorities.
LeadMN stands in solidarity with our colleagues and student communities at H.B.C.U.s (Historically Black Colleges and Universities) who are facing difficult times and threats to their campuses and institutions of learning. We wholeheartedly denounce the targeting of historically Black colleges and universities.
Student leaders from Students United want a vaccine mandate for the Minnesota State System. LeadMN has not called for a vaccination mandate, but President Axel Kylander told Malhotra and board members Wednesday that campuses must do more to increase their vaccination rates.
LeadMN President Axel Kylander testified in from of the Minnesota State Board of Trustees on ways that they can better support students in combating misinformation and increasing campus vaccination rates.
Each month the cabinet shares some of the work they accomplished.
LeadMN sent a letter to the Chancellor on the next steps colleges should take in addressing the COVID-19 pandemic. 
LeadMN accomplished a lot in the past year. Check out this video highlighting 21 Successes from 2021.