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Graduate Student Associations

Student Association Graduate Education (SAGE)

SAGE exists as a student-run and student-funded branch of the University governance structure, therefore all graduate students are automatically members. The purpose of SAGE is to enrich the student educational experience and facilitate a community conducive to personal and professional growth, supportive of scholarly pursuits, and committed to social justice and inclusive excellence.

SAGE Internal Communications Coordinator

Jonathan Ishii

SAGE ESJ Campus Coordinator

Sue Kim

SAGE External Communications Coordinator

Daljit (Jeet) Singh

SAGE Guadalupe Hall Campus Coordinator

Khushboo Vohra

CPSY Graduate Students Association (CPSY - GSA)

The Graduate Student Association (GSA) is a representative body of students elected by students within the Counseling Psychology Department. The GSA is responsible for programming, advocating, and conducting dialogues that represent student interests and needs. Events strive to foster personal development, professional development, and community resource expansion. The GSA strives to introduce opportunities for unique learning that support otherwise underrepresented issues in the general CPSY Curriculum. In all activities, issues of cultural relevance, race, gender, class and other multicultural issues are considered. The GSA is the rigorous development of the learning and professional community. It is the responsibility of the GSA to consider all student needs in their programming while respectfully challenging issues of oppression.

President of Multicultural Affairs

Daniella Navarrete

Vice President of Student Affairs and Events

Kiersten Sandvick