We are the Georgia Tech Graduate Student Government Association. A passionate group of Georgia Tech graduate students dedicated to making the Georgia Tech a better place for graduate students to live, work, and play. A majority of members serve as Senators in the Legislature of the Student Government where, among other responsibilities, they meet weekly to author and allocate the Student Activity Fee Budget, and express the position of the graduate student body.
If you are interested in applying to be on the executive branch next year, please be sure to look through the application packet and get your completed responses in by Wednesday April 23rd at 11pm. Please email Brandie Banner (firstname.lastname@example.org) or Dillon Roseen (email@example.com) if you have questions as you look through the packet.
Take a picture wiht the Dean Griffin Statue for a chance to win an invitation to the Dean Griffin Day Luncheon. Include '#DeanGriffin" and a message thanking a professor, administrator, staff member, or teaching assistant and post it to Facbeook, Twitter, or Instagram by April 11.
At the conclusion of every academic year, the Graduate Student Senate recognizes members of the Georgia Tech faculty and staff that have made great contributions to the enhancement of the graduate experience at Georgia Tech.
All budget applications were due by Friday, October 25th, 2013! The Budget Hearing schedule will be released on November 8th. At the hearing, which will be held in the spring semester, your organization will have the opportunity to defend your budget to the Joint Finance Committee. If you have any questions, please contact the Vice President of Finance,Trevor Lindsay.
Join the Joint Committee on Fiscal Responsibility (JCFR)! The JCFR was founded to search for answers to specific questions about SGA’s fiscal future. Since its inception, the committee has expanded and taken on an examination of a large part of SGA’s financial proceedings and even those of the organizations SGA assists. The ideas spawned by discussion and review of SGA's policies will be implemented in at least some small part in the coming years. There will be four subcommittees: