Graduate Student Association Officer Applications Due

By: Carreen Krapf on

The Graduate Student Association Election process has officially begun. If you would like to run for an officer position of the GSA (President, Vice President, Secretary, or Treasurer) please review the following:

  • Candidate Applications are due on Friday, Sept. 11, 9:00 pm to carreen.krapf@ucf.edu. Requirements and instructions for submission can be found on the application form.
  • Candidates Announced and Active Campaigning – we will send information about you and your platform to all students and post via Social Media from Monday, Sept. 14 – Wednesday, Sept. 16.
  • Graduate Voting will occur Wednesday, Sept. 16 – Friday, Sept. 18.
  • Results announced Monday, Sept. 21.
  • Due to budget constraints, the President and Vice President positions will be NOT be appointed a Graduate Assistantships for the fall term.

Please consider representing the graduate student body at UCF. It is more important than ever that graduate students have reliable leadership. Join a team that works together in protecting the interests of graduate students. Collaborate with the College of Graduate Studies, the Graduate Student Center, Graduate Outreach, and other campus partners to move the needle on the graduate experience for your peers.

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