Graduate Student Association

The Graduate Student Association (GSA) represents, serves, and advocates for all graduate students at the College of Charleston.
Their main points of pride are:

  • Creating opportunities for interdisciplinary collaboration
  • Improving the quality of graduate programs, research opportunities, and student services
  • Providing a forum for discussing issues important to graduate students

GSA Constitution & Bylaws
GSA Advisors: Dr. Godfrey Gibbison, Interim Dean of the Graduate School
                         Dr. Jon Hakkila, Associate Dean of the Graduate School

GSA CougarConnect | GSA Facebook


2020-2021 GSA Executive Board

GSA meetings are typically held once a month in the late afternoon.  Meetings will be virtual for the foreseeable future. All graduate students are invited to attend.

President: Brooke Blosser, M.S. Marine Biology
Vice-President: Claudia Brown, M.Ed. Teaching, Learning, and Advocacy
Treasurer: Taylor Holloway, M.P.A., Arts and Cultural Management
Secretary: Jill Goodman, M.A.T. Performing Arts Education


GSA Research and Travel Grants

The GSA awards grants of up to $500 per student per academic year to be used towards conducting or disseminating research done as part of a student's thesis or capstone project.

Join the GSA CougarConnect organization for application instructions and deadlines.


Program Associations & GSA Member Organizations

Business Administration: MBA Assocation (MBAA)
Child Life: Child Life Student Association
Communication: Master of Communication Student Association (MCSA)
Education Programs: Graduate Education Organization (GEO)
English: Graduate English Association (GEA) 
Environmental Studies: MES Student Association (MESSA)
Graduate Diversity and Inclusion Council (GDIC)
Historic Preservation: Master of Historic Preservation Club (MHPC facebook)
History: Graduate Historical Society (GHS facebook
Marine Biology: Marine Biology Graduate Student Association (MBIO facebook)
Public Administration: MPA Student Association (MPASA) 


 

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