Already have a student organization and want to become GSA-affiliated?
Send an e-mail to Chris Rindosh, Coordinator for Student Organizations (email@example.com), GSA (firstname.lastname@example.org), and Dr. Janet DeLany, Dean of Graduate Studies (email@example.com),with an excel sheet with the names, e-mail addresses and TU ID numbers for your club’s members, a completed student organization’s constitution, and a completed Graduate Student Association Supplemental Request Form. Please note the “Fund Management” section in the Funding Policy established by the GSA.
After funding has been approved, meet with Jacqueline Stratmeyer, Student Government Association accounting associate (firstname.lastname@example.org), to set up an account for the group. Then meet with the GSA executive board to discuss the budget and how the funds will be used by the group for the upcoming year (email@example.com).
Interested in forming a new graduate student group through GSA?
The Graduate Student Association defines a graduate student group as one in which all of the members are Towson University students, the majority who are graduate students or graduate program affiliated. Please read the Funding Policy for Graduate Student Organization (PDF) before proceeding.
Follow these five easy steps to create a new graduate student organization.
Find at leastfive Towson students who would like to be a part of this organization
Find a full-time faculty/staff member who will agree to advise your organization
Have your faculty/staff adviser e-mail Chris Rindosh, Coordinator for Student Organizations (firstname.lastname@example.org) from his/her TU e-mail account with a simple message stating that he/she agrees to serve as the adviser for your organization.