Graduate Student Council
The Graduate Student Council elections will be held on February 5, 2015. Nominations will be accepted via the Officer Nominations form until January 28, and we will also be taking nominations from the floor on February 5. We are now accepting nominations for President, Vice President of External Affairs, Vice President of Internal Affairs, Director of Finance,Director of Communications and Marketing,
Director of Graduate Travel, and SGA Senate Proxy.
Candidates for President must have served as active GSC representatives or officers for at least one academic semester. Candidates for all other officer positions must be enrolled in an academic department as established in the Graduate Catalog for at least one academic semester prior to elections. Please direct any questions to firstname.lastname@example.org
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" status with the GSC are eligible for Travel Funding for graduate students; more information about travel funding is available
First Thursday of the month. Note: Our first meeting will be a summit on Saturday, September 6 from 10:00am to 3:00pm in Law 275.
Bingham Humanities Building Room 300