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Graduate Student Government Association

The primary mission of the Graduate Student Government Association (GSGA) is to ensure that the interests of all graduate students are recognized and represented. The GSGA has an executive board that includes a president, vice president, treasurer, secretary, senator, and one voting representative from each of the graduate programs. The GSGA works to ensure that funds from student fees are distributed to participating programs in a way that encourages quality activities, including conferences, lecturers, scholarship-based programming, and networking events, and helps to enhance the campus environment for all students. In addition, the GSGA sponsors an annual reception for the graduate school after the commencement ceremonies. At this event, it distributes awards for excellence in academics, teaching, and research. For further information on the GSGA, contact the graduate dean's office.

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