Last Day to Apply for Vice President Position in the Graduate and Professional Student Congress

Are you a graduate or professional student? Are you interested in making a difference for the graduate and professional students on the U of A campus? Are you interested in student government or looking for more opportunities to get more involved on campus? Apply now to serve as the vice president of the Graduate and Professional Student Congress.

The application to be considered for the Graduate and Professional Student Congress's vice president is currently open until Aug. 18. Please fill out and submit the application by Thursday, Aug. 18, to be considered for the presidential appointment of the vice president position of the Graduate and Professional Student Congress.

The vice president is compensated and expected to serve a minimum of five hours of regularly scheduled office hours in the GPSC office during regular university business hours. For more information regarding the vice president position, please see the GPSC's governing documents on the GPSC website at The presidential appointment of the vice president position will be announced and voted upon by the General Body Assembly at 6 p.m., Thursday, Aug. 25, in the E.J. Ball Courtroom in the Law School Building and via Zoom.

For more information, please email GPSC President Dana K. McGee at



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