What does GPSA do for Graduate & Professional Students?
The Graduate and Professional Student Association (GPSA) represents FAU's graduate and professional student population. We advocate for the interests of graduate and professional students University-wide and strive to enrich their experiences by providing academic support resources, social programming, professional development, conference travel, and networking opportunities. We act as a conduit for the resolution of the needs and concerns unique to FAU graduate and professional students by coordinating our efforts with the Graduate College, Student Government, University administration, faculty from individual colleges, and the external community. We also allocate and manage funding for graduate and professional student organizations (NEWLY added!) , events and activities.
The GPSA is comprised of three campus based councils with oversight from GPSA Board. The Boca Raton GPSA, Broward GPSA and Northern GPSA work on campus-based issues for their graduate and professional students and create events and activities. For additional information about the programing we do, please email us at firstname.lastname@example.org
The GPSA Office in located in Room 234, Boca Raton Student Union. It boasts a small graduate and professional resources library such as test preparation guidebooks, interviewing tips, dissertation support, financial advice, and more. Promotional items are in as well! Stop by the GPSA office to pick up some great items, free, just for graduate and professional students.
The Graduate and Professional Student Association is seeking applications for appointments for the 2013-2014 academic year. All interested graduate and professional students are encouraged to apply for the 8 College Representative positions that are available. For a more detailed description of each position, visit http://www.fau.edu/sg/pdf/Chapter%201200%20GPSA%20Statutes.pdf
Please complete (1) application and (2) submit a resumé. The resumé is LIMITED to TWO PAGES. Applicants are responsible for ensuring that all material is turned in on time. Incomplete applications will not be reviewed. Email all application materials to email@example.com OR bring your application to Student Union room 234 by April 29th.
If you have questions, please contact Student Government at 561-297-2395.