Get Involved and Take Action

There are many ways to get involved and help the graduate and professional student community.

Become a Volunteer

Volunteers play a vital role in our organization, and we are always looking for new team members. Volunteering with GPSA has many benefits for you and your fellow graduate students. With so many different ways to volunteer, there is something to fit your skill set, needs, interests, and availability. Your service helps our programs and events run efficiently and with integrity. It invites new ideas and talents to our organization, which is also essential for innovation and growth. WE NEED YOU! Learn more

Become an Assembly Member

The Assembly is the parliamentary branch of ASU’s Graduate Student government, and meets on a monthly basis to review executive activities, vote, and pass language on student concerns. The 32 Assembly Member seats represent over 15,000 graduate and professional students from 5 campus locations and online. Learn more how to become an Assembly Member

Join a Committee

The GPSA Assembly has several committees which are open to any graduate students to join. To join a committee, contact the committee’s chair. Learn more about Assembly Committees.

Get Involved with the GPSA Wellness Program

The GPSA Wellness Program is committed to promoting health, wellness, and safety by informing graduate students about health and wellness services provided at ASU. There are a number of volunteer and leadership roles within this team, meaning you can be involved as you’d like to be! We will have plenty of remote meeting and involvement options, so don’t let distance get you down! Learn more

Become a Research and Travel Grant Reviewer

GPSA provides grants to support graduate and professional student travel and research. We rely on the support of peer reviewers to process and score applications. Perform a service to the university by becoming a reviewer and strengthen your own travel and research grant applications. Learn more

Register to Vote

Make your voice heard by voting in local, state, and federal elections. Click here to Register to Vote