GSC Executive Officer nominations are open
Lead a team of graduate students and tackle important issues that effect the graduate community at Dartmouth. Academics, student life, communication, community service, and social activities help enrich the graduate student experience and are the main focus of the Graduate Student Council. Gain leadership experience, better the lives of graduate students, build collaborations to enrich the Upper Valley community, and acquire insight into the inner workings of Dartmouth by engaging with the administration.
Executive Officer elections will be held at the next Regular Meeting of the GSC, May 1, 5:30 pm in Carson L01.
Nominate yourself or colleagues: GSC Executive Officer nomination form.
About the Graduate Student Council
The Graduate Student Council represents all graduate students from the School of Graduate and Advanced Studies, Thayer School of Engineering, and The Dartmouth Institute. The GSC consists of elected departmental representatives from these schools and includes non-voting representatives from the Tuck School of Business, the Geisel School of Medicine, and the Undergraduate Student Assembly.
The goal of the GSC is to nurture and enhance a sense of community for graduate students across all departments Dartmouth.
GSC general council meetings are open to all graduate and undergraduate students, faculty, administrators, guests, visitors, professors, and staff. Meetings are approximately an hour and a half in duration, but please arrive early if you have any questions, to socialize, and to some help yourself to food before the meeting is underway.
If you have any questions about the general meeting format, would like a copy of the upcoming agenda, or how to get involved, please contact the GSC Communications Chair.