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.
|Arts & Sciences||Amber Griffith
|Business - Full Time||Julian Ferrante
|Business - Professional||Zachary Strickler
|Computing & Information||Richard Bao
|Dental Medicine||Aleksandr Kitaygorodskiy
|Health & Rehab Sciences||Vince Schiappa
|Pharmacy - PharmD||Nicole Farah
|Pharmacy - PhD||Changrui Xing
|Public Health||Zoe Kaufman
|Social Work||Angela Padovano
GPSG’s Student Associations are recognized student organizations who are funded annually by GPSG. They provide a voice for their students on the GPSG Assembly Board, representing the interests of graduate and professional student cultural groups at Pitt. Each GSA is allowed one official representative, and this person retains voting privileges at the AB Meetings. GSA’s provide programming open to all graduate students at Pitt, and they also provide various services for their students (such as transportation from the airport and help finding housing for international students arriving in the United States). Please follow the individual links for more information on recognized graduate student organizations.
(Indian Graduate Student Association)
(Chinese Students & Scholars Association)
(Graduate Organization for the Study of Europe & Central Asia)
(Iranian Student Association)
(Turkish American Student Association)
GSA’s must renew their status with GPSG each year. In order to do that, each group, as well as any new graduate groups that wish to apply for GSA status, must meet the criteria outlined in the Application and Annual Re-Application for GPSG Student Association Status form. These forms are due to the GPSG Finance Officer no later than the last day of each financial year (the last day of June). All applications and re-applications will be considered at that time, and must be approved through a majority vote of the Assembly Board.