Did you know that nearly 80% of the University's students join a campus organization?
Campus groups create opportunities to explore new interests and connect you with people who share your passions. Before you know it, you'll develop skills like teamwork and leadership. Many organizations and committees give graduate students the opportunity to make a tangible impact on campus and be involved in University policy decisions. Explore the opportunities listed below:
Graduate & Professional Student Council
The Graduate and Professional Student Council (GPSC) is the representative body for grad students at the UA. It is the voice of grad student concerns regarding campus and academic issues. GPSC also organizes activities and disburses funds for grad student travel and other grad student activities.
Whether your interests are social, academic or athletic, the UA has something for everyone. Not only do clubs and organizations enhance campus life at the UA, they provide students with a great way to build skills, get connected to campus, and make long lasting friendships. For more information on organizations and getting involved, contact the Center for Student Involvement & Leadership.