Graduate and Professional Student Council
The Graduate and Professional Student Council (GPSC) exists to serve the needs of Texas A&M University's graduate students. As the student government of graduate students, GPSC exists to work in cooperation with administration, faculty, and student leaders to advocate for graduate and professional students. GPSC works to ensure that graduate student needs are understood and considered when campus policies concerning academic excellence, tuition and finance, and research are made. GPSC sponsors programs including Student Research Week, Grad Camp, and Interdisciplinary Dinners. To learn more about GPSC please visit their website.
Graduate and Professional Student Wine Tasting
Graduate and Professional Student Wine Tasting, sponsored by The Association of Former Students, the Offices of the Dean of Student Life, the Office of Graduate and Professional Studies, and the Graduate and Professional Student Council (GPSC), is an annual event held in February at the Clayton W. Williams, Jr. Alumni Center in Flores Hall. Each year the event welcomes 250 graduate and professional students and provides them with the opportunity to learn about wine selection, taste the flavors of a highlighted vineyard, and socialize with other grads. Registration is open to grad and professional students currently enrolled in levels G6, G7, G8 , M1-M4, or V1-V4.