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2021 Local Elections

October 4, 2021

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

Student Advisory Committee to the Chancellor accepting applications

June 1, 2021

The Graduate and Professional Student Government is currently accepting applications to join the Student Advisory Committee to the Chancellor.  SACC Description: The Student Advisory Committee to the Chancellor is a committee of graduate, professional, and undergraduate student leaders who work together to identify issues, challenges, and … Continued

Post-Election Q&A with Legal Experts

November 3, 2020

What happens after the election? You’ve got questions and Carolina law and politics experts have the answers. Join faculty members from UNC School of Law and UNC’s Department of Political Science as they answer questions about election law, constitutional law, … Continued

From Our President: Together, We Must Vote

October 26, 2020

In just one short week, this tumultuous election season will finally be over and we will learn who America has decided to lead our country. However, the presidency is not the only election on the ballot, and North Carolina voters … Continued

International scholars need your help

October 21, 2020

  Attention Graduate and Professional Students: The ability of our international students to complete their education is under threat by the Department of Homeland Security (DHS). We need your help to oppose proposed rule changes that will hurt both our … Continued

#CarolinaVotes: Plan Ahead to Make Your Vote Count

September 6, 2020

Election Day 2020 is fast approaching, and it is critical that we do not let the current pandemic stand in the way of making our voices heard and our votes count! That’s why GPSF is launching the Carolina Votes campaign … Continued