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What the shutdown means for students More about: What the Government Shutdown means for students
"Students who need transcript copies to apply for internships, jobs or graduate school may be unpleasantly surprised to learn those once free documents now come with a hefty price tag." More about: $8 transcript fee now implemented
"GSG members who said they spent about 20 percent of their budget on food at meetings and events last year have voiced concerns to officials about the costs of Stamp Student Union's mandatory catering services. Organizations wanting something to munch on during their meetings are required to purchase food from the student union's five catering companies or the food court's fast-food eateries." More about: GSG pushes for cheaper catering prices in Stamp
During the last assembly meeting of the semester, Anna Bedford submitted this report, covering healthcare, insurance, housing, GRID, GSG Proclamations, and more! More about: President's Report to the Assembly
Read on for Anna's report to the Assembly for the February meeting regarding the Library Technology Fee, the Health Center, and other updates. More about: President's Report to the Assembly - February
The Budget and Finance Committee (BFC) needs your help! The GSG is responsible for using the funding we receive from the Graduate Student Activities Fee to help the graduate student body. To do that, we need you to you share your thoughts and ideas, as well as those of your constituents, as we draft a plan to spend additional funding that has been made available to us. More about: GSG Funding Outlook
Welcome back to the new year, and thanks for joining us even before classes have begun. Of course the semester schedule doesn't always mean too much to graduate students, especially if you're ABD or not teaching. More about: President's January Report to the Assembly
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