GPSG recognizes student governments from each of the schools at Pitt. These organizations receive half of the graduate student activity fee paid by their students and are represented on the GPSG Assembly Board. Please follow the individual links for more information on specific graduate student governments.
A primary objective of Pitt’s GPSG is to have graduate and professional student representation on University-wide committees. GPSG advocates on behalf of graduate and professional students on issues ranging from housing to academic freedom.
GPSG’s five officers, or Executive Board, are Pitt graduate and professional students that are elected to one-year terms by their peers. The Executive Board and Provost office appoint an Executive Administrator that is also a graduate or professional student.