Select the 2017-18 Graduate Student Representatives for GSAC!
The Graduate Student Advisory Council is pleased to announce the slate of representative candidates for GSAC 2017! All of this year's candidates are committed to improving graduate student life at Texas Tech University, and you can read more about them and their goals for GSAC at http://www.gsac.ttu.edu/2017-gsac-elections/. Online elections to fill 10 openings for GSAC representatives will be held March 27-31, 2017, and each graduate student may select up to 10 candidates.
Graduate students can read candidates' statements on the GSAC website prior to elections. At the end of each candidate's page, you can click a link to add them to your "Favorites List." When you've browsed through the entire slate of 51 candidates, you can retrieve your list of favorites at http://www.gsac.ttu.edu/vote and refer to it when you fill out the official online ballot!
When 2017 GSAC Elections open at 12:01 AM on March 27th, graduate students can find the official eBallot at http://www.ttu.edu/vote, where they will first be asked to login to eRaider. Each graduate student may select up to 20 candidates to serve on GSAC. After candidates are personally informed, results will be announced on our website within 3 days after the close of polls at 11:59 PM on March 31st.
GSAC is an organization of graduate students dedicated to enhancing graduate student life at Texas Tech University. GSAC representatives collaborate with TTU graduate students, graduate student organizations, the Student Government Association, and the Dean of the Graduate School to address graduate student issues, produce academic and professional workshops, host social events, and participate in community service. You can follow us on Facebook and Twitter for information about GSAC activities as well as news and events of interest to graduate students. Please also share your news, concerns, and questions with us via social media or by email to email@example.com.
And don't forget to vote! Help us make a positive difference in graduate student life at Texas Tech University!