Let Your Voice be Heard: Guide to Submitting a Public Comment for the Title IX New Proposed Rules
GSA applauds student appointments to Search Committee for next SCS Dean
Open for Business: CMU Pantry aims to reduce student food insecurity on campusThursday, November 08, 2018
Open for Business: CMU Pantry aims to reduce student food insecurity on campus
Free Legal Consultations for StudentsThursday, November 01, 2018
Free Legal Consultations for Students
Voting Resources: Let Your Voice Be Heard November 6th!Saturday, October 06, 2018
Voting Resources: Let Your Voice Be Heard November 6th!
The Presidential Search Continues...Without Student Involvement!Monday, February 12, 2018
The Presidential Search Continues...Without Student Involvement!On October 15, the Graduate Student Assembly along with the Student Government Exec and the Student Senate, issued an open call through The Tartan to the Board of Trustees, expressing our displeasure on students being excluded from the Presidential Search Committee. More than four months later, we are writing to share our continued and increasing disappointment about this policy of active exclusion. The only thing more unfortunate than the lack of student representation has been the silence the Board has adopted and an implicit refusal to reform in the future.
An Open Note Concerning the Activities FeeWednesday, October 23, 2013
An Open Note Concerning the Activities FeeUndergraduates and graduates will have the opportunity to vote online Nov 8th-10th (link to vote: http://bit.ly/PwPBtA) as to whether they want to raise the Student Activities Fee by 25% from $97/semester to $121/semester. GSA has not initiated this referendum and does not necessarily support a fee increase, but we do view this as an opportunity to gather feedback from the graduate student community at large.
GSA Contributes $175,000 to University EndowmentThursday, March 22, 2012