NAU Graduate Student Government
Northern Arizona University’s Graduate Student Government (GSG) represents and advocates for the graduate student body within university administration and local, state, and national governing bodies. The NAU GSG organizes student involvement and administers services, resources, and programs that benefit all NAU graduate students.
Meetings and events
The NAU GSG meets twice a month in the Graduate College Conference Room, A109, located in the Ashurst Building. In addition to regular meetings, the GSG hosts a number of events each year, including the GSG Poster Symposium, lunch and learn events, and graduate student social gatherings.
GSG’s constitution and bylaws adhere to all standards set by NAU for approved governing student organizations and have been approved by the GSG.
GSG representatives and officers
Learn about your Northern Arizona University college representatives and GSG officers.
Graduate student travel funding
The NAU GSG awards approximately $60,000 to NAU graduate students traveling to present or attend a conference pertinent to their degree program. Additionally, the GSG also awards money to students who need to travel for their research or for a career development activity.
Graduate student scholarships
The NAU GSG awards scholarships to NAU graduate students. Applicants for these awards must be degree-seeking graduate students who are enrolled full-time or part-time in the spring 2021 semester.
Graduate student government organization funding
All approved NAU graduate student organizations and clubs may apply for organization funding. Contact GSG@nau.edu for information and an application.
GSG statement on diversity
The Graduate Student Government (GSG) at Northern Arizona University takes pride in serving as a liaison and advocate for the needs and concerns of its student body. GSG, along with NAU, recognizes diversity as an integral component of achieving success through professional development, awareness and education, research, and retention of diverse students, staff, and faculty. Research supports diversity in the academic setting as a key component of increased creativity, innovation, and innovative problem solving strategies. The Graduate Student Government (GSG) is here to increase awareness of campus climate issues and to celebrate and recognize the strength of diverse cultures, groups, and experiences. If you have any questions or would like to comment on ways to enrich your experience regarding diversity and inclusion, please do not hesitate to contact GSGDiversity@nau.edu.
If you would like to subscribe to the GSG diversity listserv to receive updates, announcements, and event information, send an email message to: email@example.com with a single line of text in the body of the message that reads: subscribe GradDiversity your_first_name your_last_name.