The Gradlife Student Advisory Committee exists to help us better understand the experiences of current graduate students and identify gaps in our programs and services.
The committee provides feedback about support offered to graduate students in Student Life.
The focus will be on evaluating current programming and communications, suggesting ways to improve how and what we offer, and providing direction for new projects.
Apply for the Gradlife Advisory Committee
The membership for 2022-23 has been established and is not currently recruiting members.
8-10 graduate students with representation from the four School of Graduate Studies divisions (Social Sciences, Humanities, Life Sciences and Physical Sciences) and includes both Master’s and Ph.D. students.
Members will be chosen to reflect the diversity of our graduate student community, with regards to gender, domestic vs. international students and professional vs. research-stream programs. We strongly welcome students from underrepresented groups.
How The Program Works
Four meetings (1.5 hours each) between September to April. Students who attend all four meetings will receive CCR recognition.
Contact Jennifer Pinker at firstname.lastname@example.org by Friday, September 17 with information about your degree and department, and a short paragraph on why you’d like to be involved. Find more information on our programs on the Gradlife page.