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We advocate for improved campus and community resources to campus administrators and state and federal legislatures.

We collaborate with the university administration, faculty, staff, and undergraduate students to create policies that respond to the particular needs and interests of all graduate and professional students.

We empower graduate and professional students to ensure current educational, occupational, and social conditions are conducive to achieving their professional, academic, and personal goals.


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2021 Local Elections

Posted 8 months ago

The Graduate and Professional Student Government (GPSG) would like to remind you to register to vote. Voting is your chance to weigh in on issues that are important to you and your community, including access to public transportation, parking, racial equity, and climate change.  Quick Information: Dates and Links  Carrboro … Continued

Fall General 2021 Election Results

Posted 9 months ago

Thank you to everyone who participated in the 2021 Fall General Elections! The results of the elections can be seen below.  Accounting Two seats remain open. Advanced Dental Education Teebok Choe One seat remains open. American Studies Two seats remain … Continued

Upcoming GPSG Senate Elections

Posted 9 months ago

Brace Yourselves: Fall General Elections are Coming!  Run for a position in GPSG Senate!    Fall General Elections for Graduate and Professional Student Government (GPSG) Senate are coming up on August 31st! Candidate Registration will begin August 23rd.     What is the Senate? GPSG is part of the Student Government at UNC-Chapel Hill and our Senate is the … Continued

2021-22 External Appointments: Students Needed

Posted 9 months ago

Thank you for your interest in a GPSG External Appointment position. If you have any questions, please contact the 2021-22 Chief of Staff, Amanda Smythers ( You may apply for and hold more than one external appointment. If you are … Continued


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