Graduate Student Council


   GSC 2016-17

Upcoming Important Dates for 2017 - 2018 Session

Friday, October 27th, GSC Halloween Party, 8-12 pm, Hopcat on Bardstown Rd

Thursday, November 2nd, November GSC Meeting, 7:30 pm, Law LL75

Thursday, December 7th, December GSC Meeting, 7:30 pm, CTR101

Thursday, January 11th, January GSC Meeting, 7:30 pm, TBA

Thursday, January 11th, Spring Research Fund Applications Open

Thursday, February 1st, February GSC Meeting, 7:30 pm, TBA

Sunday, February 11th, Spring Research Fund Applications Close

Thursday, March 1st, March GSC Meeting, 7:30 pm, TBA

Friday, March 2nd - Saturday March 3rd, GSC Research Conference, Details TBD

Thursday, April 5th, April GSC Meeting, 7:30 pm, CTR101


Graduate Research Grant: The application period for Fall 2017 Research Grants is now closed. Spring applications will open January 11, 2018

Graduate Travel Grant: Travel funds have been exhausted for the Fall 2017 travel period  and applications are closed. Travel applications for Spring 2018 will open on November 27, 2017 at 12 pm.  For more information on the travel grant process, follow this link


Mission Statement: The Graduate Student Council commits to serve as a governing body, to provide a voice to all graduate students, to promote academic research, and to facilitate leadership opportunities.

The GSC is the governing body of the GSA, an organization made up of all nonprofessional graduate students. All students who are getting a graduate degree other than a MD, DMD, JD, or MEng are members of the GSA. The GSC is comprised of executive officers and representatives from each department in SIGS. GSC helps set policies and creates programming to support graduate students.

These representatives are your fellow graduate students, both Masters and Doctoral. The responsibility of representatives from each department is to attend GSC meetings (held monthly) and promote and engage in bi-directional communication with fellow students within their respective departments. GSC meetings are held to update students on important information pertaining to them, to discuss graduate concerns, and to offer a forum for communication between graduate students to improve the graduate experience at UofL. The representatives and officers on the council then allocate those funds to best serve graduate student's needs at UofL. Departments in "active" and "probation" status with the GSC are eligible for Travel Funding for graduate students; more information about travel funding is available here.


Organization Email (preferred mode of contact)

Advisor Name
Dr. Beth Boehm,
Dean of the School of Interdisciplinary and Graduate Studies
Vice Provost for Graduate Affairs