"My job as GPSG President is to learn from students how Carolina can better serve them and then either address those concerns through my government or take those conversations to administrators. I'd like to meet with the members of Global Grads to learn about what problems they're facing - what's challenging, confusing, or poorly designed, and how can we make it better." -Theodore Nollert, GPSG President
The GPSG empowers graduate and professional students to ensure current educational, occupational, and social conditions are conducive to achieving their professional, academic, and personal goals. All graduate and professional students at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill will have a voice in institutional affairs and have their concerns and needs met.