Graduate Student affairs committee (GSAC)

The Graduate Student Affairs Committee (GSAC) is a student organization that is committed to "advancing our agenda for excellence" set by Southern Connecticut State University's School of Graduate Studies. It supports activities that enhance the academic, social and cultural experience of Southern's students through the distribution of the activity fees collected from full-time graduate students. The funds support a variety of graduate student activities including student research and conference attendance as well as university and departmental efforts such as guest lecturers, club events, and special events. GSAC also functions as an advocacy group, representing the needs of Southern's graduate student body. Please click on the links provided to view GSAC's bylaws, minutes from recent meetings, and other information.

GSAC Logo ImageStudents may apply individually for funding for research projects and conference attendance. Full-time faculty may request funding for guest lecturers for graduate level classes. Forms for funding applications are available by clicking on the appropriate link. Funding requests for clubs and department sponsored special events must be presented to the Graduate Student Affairs Committee during the monthly meetings. All requests for funding should be submitted at least one month in advance of the event and requests to speak before the committee should be made at least two weeks in advance of the meeting.

The Graduate Student Affairs Committee meets on the first Monday of every month of the academic year with the exceptions of January and September. Meetings are held from 3:00 to 4:30 PM in the Adanti Student Center. All graduate students and faculty are welcome to attend. For more information please contact the GSAC Coordinator, Arlene Lucibello at (203) 392-6165. 

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Contact GSAC

If you wish to contact GSAC, please refer to the contact Information below, or fill out our contact form.

Shirley A. Jackson, Ph.D.
Professor of Sociology
Co-Coordinator, Ethnic Studies Minor
Graduate Program Coordinator, Department of Sociology
Department of Sociology
Engleman Hall C 026D
501 Crescent Street
Southern Connecticut State University
New Haven, CT 06515
203-392-5676; 203-392-7087 (fax)

Mrs. Arlene Lucibello
Committee Coordinator
Office Location: Lyman Center, Room 116
Tel: (203) 392-6165
Fax: (203) 392-6158
E-mail: Lucibelloa1@southernct.edu

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