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Graduate School Student Council
The graduate students at Howard University established the Graduate Student Council (GSC) in1967. All students duly registered in the Graduate School, pursuing degrees higher than the baccalaureate degree are members of the Graduate Student Council.
The Purpose of the Graduate Student Council
- Represent the graduate students in the Graduate School of Arts and Sciences with issues and/or concerns regarding internal and external matters,
- Represent graduate students’ interests before the Howard faculty and administration,
- Disseminate information of interest to students in the Graduate School of Arts and Sciences,
- Organize, promote, and conduct activities beneficial to graduate student life,
- Recommend graduate students for university committees.
Membership & Organization
All graduate students are encouraged to participate in the Graduate Student Council. To become an active member, please attend two monthly meetings per semester, which will be announced on our group text messaging app (GroupMe) and Social Media.
GSC has sponsored several Graduate students who requested funds for conferences
If you have any questions, suggestions or concerns, please feel free to contact us or attend our monthly meetings.
Follow Us on Instagram: @Howard_GSC and Twitter: @GSC_Howard
Graduate Student Council
Graduate School, Howard University
4th and College Streets, N.W.
Washington D.C., 20059
Graduate Student Council Programs
- African Studies and Research
- Art History
- Atmospheric Sciences
- Biochemistry & Molecular Biology
- Chemical Engineering
- Civil Engineering
- Comm. Sciences & Disorders
- Counseling Psychology
- Electrical & Computer Engineering
- Genetics & Human Genetics
- Mass Comm. & Media Studies
- Mechanical Engineering
- Nutritional Sciences
- Pharmaceutical Sciences
- Physics & Astronomy
- Physiology & Biophysical
- Political Science
- Social Work
- Sociology & Criminology
- Systems & Computer Science
- World Language & CultureGraduate Student Council Programs