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There is a pool of funds allocated to each school from students' fees by GAPSA. As in most other grad schools at Penn, Student Government decides how to spend those funds. At GSE, our Student Government divides the pool into three equal "pots."
1. Funds to support students to attend or present at professional conferences
2. Funds to support GSE student organizations
3. Funds to build community at the school level, for example, the fall Taste of the Harvest dinner and the GSE Formal in April.
GAPSA is another source of funding you may wish to consider if your organization serves student populations at Penn other than just GSE. Graduate and Professional Student Association (GAPSA) is the University-wide government for graduate and professional students, interacting regularly with the President, Provost, Board of Trustees, and other University officials. GAPSA is governed by elected representatives from each of Penn's twelve schools and a student executive board. GAPSA also works with the student governments of individual schools and with other specialized student governments at Penn. For GAPSA's homepage, click here.
All GSE student organizations are strongly encouraged to collaborate with other GSE student organizations when appropriate.You'll find a list of our organizations and contact folks here.
Here are some basic guidelines and tips for successfully submitting a budget request to the GSE Student Government (GSESG):
Feel free to contact Student Government with any questions, comments, or concerns: email@example.com