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, and these representatives include:
- one representative per 100 students, not to exceed 5, in every graduate department and program
- one representative from each on-campus residence
- two representatives living off-campus
- five at-large representatives: three have been designated as representatives for Women, Minorities, and Graduate Students with Families; the other two are currently unallocated.
List of current GSC Representatives, and learn how to become one yourself if a position is open for your constituency.
Institute-level representatives are nominated by the Graduate Student Council to represent the interests of graduate student on MIT committees. Note that Institute Committee reps are not voting members of the Council. To find out more about a particular Institute committee, you should read the mandatefor that committee.
List of current Institute-level Representatives, and learn how to become one yourself if a position is open.