The Graduate Student Associations
The main goals of the Graduate Student Association (GSA) and the Black Graduate Student Association (BGSA) is to provide a means by which graduate students can actively influence and participate in student-related policies and to protect the rights of the graduate students while improving the quality of the environment for the students of Wake Forest University’s Graduate School of Arts and Sciences. The Graduate Student Associations also strives to promote fellowship among graduate students and faculty.
Graduate Student Association (GSA)The GSA is composed of graduate student representatives from each department on the Reynolda and Bowman Gray campuses. Additionally, one graduate student from each campus acts as co-chairs. If you are interested in becoming more involved with the GSA, or have a concern that you would like to discuss, you may contact your department representative, or the GSA Co-Chair:
Click here for the GSA Bylaws (Constitution)
Black Graduate Student Association (BGSA)The idea of an organization of African-American graduate students at Wake Forest University was conceived by Donyell Roseboro (Phiilips), a graduate student in the Department of History and Carnell J. Hampton, a graduate student in the Department of Medical Engineering during conversation in the spring semester of 1998. read more »
The mission of the Black Graduate Students Association of Wake Forest University is to:
- serve as an academic and social network for African-American graduate students in the School of Arts and Sciences; and
- encourage the recruitment and retention of African-American graduate students at Wake Forest University; and
- sponsor programs promoting and encouraging education in general and graduate education in particular.