Interested in learning more about GSC representatives? See below for information on what our representatives do, how to become a representative, and how to submit a proxy for a meeting.
The General Council, composed of the Executive Committees and Council Representatives, has a critical role in shaping the direction of the GSC. General Council members are responsible for conveying the concerns, sharing ideas and opinions of their constituency, and reporting to their constituency on Council issues.
The Graduate Student Council utilizes a representative structure to understand the needs of the graduate student population at MIT. GSC Representatives are voting members of the GSC General Council.
Institute Representatives serve as a voting member of a committee which advises faculty and administration, and ultimately reports to the MIT President.
- > List of Institute Committees
- > List of Institute Representatives
- > Become an Institute Representative (MIT Certificate required)
- > Request a GSC Nomination for an Institute Representative (MIT Certificate required)