Graduate Student Asociation

We Want You!

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Interested in making a difference at UTC? We would love for you to join the Graduate Student Association as a GSA representative. GSA officers and representatives meet approximately once a month to ensure that all degree programs have a voice. We are looking for graduate students from all disciplines and would love for you to join us! This would be a great opportunity to develop leadership, networking, decision making, and teamwork skills. If you are interested in being a GSA representative, please contact one of the officers or stop by the Graduate School Office!  Visit the Graduate Student Resources website for academic resources, grad success stories, personal resources, services and to build community!

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Graduate Students and Stress:

Many grad students endure an enormous amount of pressure. End of semester deadlines and holiday stresses are piling up. Add to that the intense fatigue and isolation that sometimes accompany graduate work and it can feel like there's no way out.  If you or anyone you know is feeling anxious or just needs to talk, help is available. 1-800-GRAD-HLP is a national crisis-line staffed by trained counselors who understand your unique pressures and know how to help.  

Support is out there: 1-800-GRAD-HLP (472-3457) . Keep this phone number handy. Use it anytime, 24-7.  Your life matters. For more information about the crisis line, check out: Hope Line Help

Please forward this message to as many friends as possible. Together we can prevent the kinds of tragedies that have become all too common on our campuses. Let’s be sure that EVERY graduate student knows that help is available when they need it: 800-GRAD-HLP (472-3457)

P.S. To access local help at UTC, call 425-4438.  

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Save a Life - Join the Facebook Campaign : The path to completing a graduate degree can be difficult. The pressure of personal and academic responsibilities can build beyond one's ability to cope. The National Grad Crisis Line (800-GRAD-HLP) is available 24/7 to listen, connect and assist you right now. Grad Resources is available to support you throughout the rest of the year.

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