Graduate Student Council
The Graduate Student Council (GSC), as stated in the preamble, is an organization
of "graduate students who are diverse individuals with unique skills, experiences,
and talents. We value this diversity as it enriches our lives and educational experiences.
We are committed to our education, our professions, and the advancement of graduate
students at the University. We also value the opportunity to meet with fellow graduate
students, faculty, administration, and alumni. We desire an organization that is committed,
responsive, efficient, and engaging to carry out these desires and to act on our behalf
in matters concerning our general welfare."
Meeting Dates for Spring 2020:
- 1/27 – 4:45pm-6:00pm in Campus Center Meeting Room 3 (Minutes)
- 2/10 – 5:00pm-6:30pm Campus Center Meeting Room 5 (Open House)
- 2/24 – 4:45pm-6:00pm in Campus Center Meeting Room 3
- 3/9 – 4:45pm-6:00pm in Campus Center Meeting Room 4
- 3/23 – 4:45pm-6:00pm Campus Center Meeting Room 3
- 4/6 – 5:00pm-6:30pm Campus Center Meeting Room 5 (Event to be announced)
- 4/20 – 4:45pm-6:00pm Campus Center Meeting Room 4
|Executive Board Membership||Program Delegates|
President- Olivia, Romalino, M.S. in Communication Disorders
Vice President- Thomas Hoertz, M.A. in American Studies
Secretary- Rachel Kern, MSW
Treasurer- Alexis Poston, M.A. in Holocaust and Genocide
Student Life Chair- Jamie Bello, M.S. in Communication Disorder
Fundraiser Chair- Shauna Lawlor, DPT
American Studies- Vacant (2)
Business- Dominique Sanchez & Vacant (1)
Communication Disorders- Alyssa Rutledge & Vacant (1)
Counseling- Kathleen Connelly & Vacant (1)
Holocaust & Genocide Studies- Irvin O. Moreno-Rodriguez &
Occupational Therapy- Amanda Sheetz & Lillian Bloshtein
Organizational Leadership- Mark Rizzo & Vacant (1)
Physical Therapy- Frank Roque & Cassidy Troy
Social Work- Melissa Sandoval & Vacant (1)
We welcome any suggestions, comments, complaints, etc. E-mail us at GSC@stockton.edu. Want to join the GSC Membership? Log into your goStockton Portal, choose the group icon in the upper right hand corner and you should have a request to join the group on from your account. Log-in for news, events and to learn more.
Clubs and Organizations
Doctor of Physical Therapy (DPT) Club
This professional club is for current physical therapy students in the curriculum as well as undergraduates interesting in this exciting profession. Through this club, students can interact with people that are representative of the population that physical therapists treat. We are also able to appreciate how our work can change lives.
Master of Arts in American Studies (MAAS)
The MAAS Society seeks to unite students currently enrolled in the Master of Arts or Certificate in American Studies programs, while enhancing their knowledge and understanding of the field of American Studies.
Master of Arts in Criminal Justice (MACJ) Club
The MACJ Club provides a network between faculty, students, alumni and criminal justice personnel. It also promotes criminal justice as an academic area of study and a professional career choice by increasing awareness among students and faculty through trips to agencies and conferences pertinent to the field, formal and informal discussions, and lectures.
Master of Arts in Holocaust and Genocide Studies (MAHG) Club
The MAHG society provides a forum for students to discuss upcoming conferences, research and paper proposal ideas, as well as foster a sense of community among Holocaust and Genocide Studies Master's students.
Master of Social Work (MSW) Alliance
The MSW Alliance seeks to enhance all of students' knowledge and understanding of social work values and principles. This will be accomplished through the promotion of social change, problem solving in human relationships, empowerment, and advocation for social justice
Organizational Leaders in Action (OLA)
The purpose of OLA shall be to support and encourage the academic, social, and professional pursuits of its members. We wish to promote student scholarship and leadership as well as communication among students and faculty here at Stockton University.
Student Occupational Therapy Association (SOTA)
Increase awareness of Occupational Therapy in the community through events, meetings, and service projects.
Stockton Speech and Hearing Club
The purpose of this organization is to unite its members and serve the University community by providing a vehicle for student representation in matters of professional concern and organizing activities to promote awareness of human communication and related health issues.