Graduate Student Newsletter
Welcome! / Welcome Back!
We hope you are energized to start this new academic year. This newsletter is designed to connect you with services, programs, and with opportunities to meet and network with other graduate students. Even if you studied here as an undergrad, WELCOME to graduate school!
We as graduate students are an important part of the Loyola community. Read on for groups looking for graduate representatives, resources you may need, and a hint at our October event!
Your Graduate Student Organization
You are already a member of the GSO, or Graduate Student Organization. We work to support the needs and interests of all graduate students by:
- promoting campus resources
- increasing publicity of graduate student events and services
- providing concise information
- planning occasional events
Graduate students are notorious for juggling multiples responsibilities and roles! Consider these ways to be more involved in the Loyola community:
- Graduate Student Organization Programming Board
Join us in brainstorming and planning graduate student events of interest to you. Our board members also attend events for free!
- Graduate Student Representative, Academic Senate
Learn and be a part of decisions and discussions among Loyola faculty and administrators. Be a liaison between the GSO and the academic community.
For more information on these opportunities, contact Mark Lee at email@example.com.
This month, we introduce you to the redesigned Graduate student website at www.loyola.edu/gradstudents. You will find all sorts of administrative, financial, academic, and personal resources, some of which we will be highlighting throughout this academic year.
Let's start with a video welcome from our university president, Terrence M. Sawyer, J.D.:
There are many ways to get involved with the Loyola community. Our friends at the Counseling Center this month share the opportunity to be part of a Men's Group:
Keep an Eye Out for the October Newsletter!
Next month, we're planning on hosting an in-person event that may have something to do with ...pumpkins!