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GSA was established with the consideration that there is a constant need to provide for the representation of graduate students and the promotion of graduate students' interests on this campus and within the University of California.

GSA was established with the consideration that there is a constant need to provide for the representation of graduate students and the promotion of graduate students' interests on this campus and within the University of California. We also realize that the nature of graduate study requires that a governing body be established that will not unduly burden the individual graduate student who would like to participate and will answer to the students of the different academic disciplines.

GSA was established with the consideration that there is a constant need to provide for the representation of graduate students and the promotion of graduate students' interests on this campus and within the University of California. We also realize that the nature of graduate study requires that a governing body be established that will not unduly burden the individual graduate student who would like to participate and will answer to the students of the different academic disciplines. Furthermore, reasonable procedures must be established to guarantee the fair and responsible representation of all graduate students.

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Important Update Regarding KREC

Happy New Year! As you've likely heard, we've worked with UCLA Recreation for you to get LA Fitness passes and/or Wooden Center Fitness passes for as long as KREC is closed. To take advantage of this option, just go to the desk at the Wooden Center and tell them you're a KREC user in need of an LA Fitness Pass.

Graduate students and Recreation members who opted in to LA Fitness in December are already in LA Fitness’s membership database. For those who enroll this week, your access to LA Fitness will begin Monday, January 9. For those who enroll at UCLA Recreation (UREC) Sales & Service during Week 1 (Jan 9 – 13), access to LA Fitness will begin Tuesday, January 17. After that point, UREC will provide a voucher that the patron will take directly to LA Fitness to acquire their membership card. While graduate students may receive emails during the KREC relocation period, all pertinent LA Fitness information is now located on their Recreation receipt and will be posted on the KREC relocation website next week.
In spite of what Recreation staff has been saying, Assistant Vice Chancellor Mick Deluca confirmed to me yesterday that Graduate students ARE NOT held to any usage requirements in order to maintain their LA Fitness membership, but will be encouraged to communicate with UREC if they no longer wish to utilize LA Fitness. As UREC will need to verify current enrollment status, Graduate students will need to opt in again in March for Spring Quarter LA Fitness access. More information will be released about Spring Quarter renewals in the coming weeks.

I'm sorry it has taken so long for the administration to get us details of precisely how this program will work; and I'm sorry that many of you will have to make a special trip to Wooden, or lack access to LA fitness for several days as you're waiting for your access to kick in. But we've come a long way from the time when it seemed uncertain we'd ever get a replacement gym, and administrators said LA fitness passes would be simply out of the question due to costs; and I'm very excited for the much better replacement facility we should get in the summer.

Thank you all so much for joining us in the advocacy that made this happen!

Best,
Michael Skiles
Student Body President
Graduate Chair, UC Council of the Presidents

Happy New Year! As you've likely heard, we've worked with UCLA Recreation for you to get LA Fitness passes and/or Wooden Center Fitness passes for as long as KREC is closed. To take advantage of this option, just go to the desk at the Wooden Center and tell them you're a KREC user in need of an LA Fitness Pass.

Graduate students and Recreation members who opted in to LA Fitness in December are already in LA Fitness’s membership database. For those who enroll this week, your access to LA Fitness will begin Monday, January 9. For those who enroll at UCLA Recreation (UREC) Sales & Service during Week 1 (Jan 9 – 13), access to LA Fitness will begin Tuesday, January 17. After that point, UREC will provide a voucher that the patron will take directly to LA Fitness to acquire their membership card. While graduate students may receive emails during the KREC relocation period, all pertinent LA Fitness information is now located on their Recreation receipt and will be posted on the KREC relocation website next week.
In spite of what Recreation staff has been saying, Assistant Vice Chancellor Mick Deluca confirmed to me yesterday that Graduate students ARE NOT held to any usage requirements in order to maintain their LA Fitness membership, but will be encouraged to communicate with UREC if they no longer wish to utilize LA Fitness. As UREC will need to verify current enrollment status, Graduate students will need to opt in again in March for Spring Quarter LA Fitness access. More information will be released about Spring Quarter renewals in the coming weeks.

I'm sorry it has taken so long for the administration to get us details of precisely how this program will work; and I'm sorry that many of you will have to make a special trip to Wooden, or lack access to LA fitness for several days as you're waiting for your access to kick in. But we've come a long way from the time when it seemed uncertain we'd ever get a replacement gym, and administrators said LA fitness passes would be simply out of the question due to costs; and I'm very excited for the much better replacement facility we should get in the summer.

Thank you all so much for joining us in the advocacy that made this happen!

Best,
Michael Skiles
Student Body President
Graduate Chair, UC Council of the Presidents

Happy New Year! As you've likely heard, we've worked with UCLA Recreation for you to get LA Fitness passes and/or Wooden Center Fitness passes for as long as KREC is closed. To take advantage of this option, just go to the desk at the Wooden Center and tell them you're a KREC user in need of an LA Fitness Pass.

Graduate students and Recreation members who opted in to LA Fitness in December are already in LA Fitness’s membership database. For those who enroll this week, your access to LA Fitness will begin Monday, January 9. For those who enroll at UCLA Recreation (UREC) Sales & Service during Week 1 (Jan 9 – 13), access to LA Fitness will begin Tuesday, January 17. After that point, UREC will provide a voucher that the patron will take directly to LA Fitness to acquire their membership card. While graduate students may receive emails during the KREC relocation period, all pertinent LA Fitness information is now located on their Recreation receipt and will be posted on the KREC relocation website next week.
In spite of what Recreation staff has been saying, Assistant Vice Chancellor Mick Deluca confirmed to me yesterday that Graduate students ARE NOT held to any usage requirements in order to maintain their LA Fitness membership, but will be encouraged to communicate with UREC if they no longer wish to utilize LA Fitness. As UREC will need to verify current enrollment status, Graduate students will need to opt in again in March for Spring Quarter LA Fitness access. More information will be released about Spring Quarter renewals in the coming weeks.

I'm sorry it has taken so long for the administration to get us details of precisely how this program will work; and I'm sorry that many of you will have to make a special trip to Wooden, or lack access to LA fitness for several days as you're waiting for your access to kick in. But we've come a long way from the time when it seemed uncertain we'd ever get a replacement gym, and administrators said LA fitness passes would be simply out of the question due to costs; and I'm very excited for the much better replacement facility we should get in the summer.

Thank you all so much for joining us in the advocacy that made this happen!

Best,
Michael Skiles
Student Body President
Graduate Chair, UC Council of the Presidents

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Co-ordinates a variety of social, cultural, and recreational programs that foster interaction among UCLA graduate and professional students from diverse academic disciplines

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Graduate Student Resource Center

The GSRC is a resource, referral and information center for graduate students, offering programs and workshops on a variety of topics, drop-in advice and assistance, meeting and study space, and the opportunity for social interaction.

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Graduate Writing Center

The Graduate Writing Center (GWC) offers a variety of workshops and programs throughout the year The GWC offers FREE appointments with friendly, experienced writing consultants to all registered UCLA graduate and professional school students

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Graduate Student Orientation

This comprehensive orientation includes lunch, a resource fair, and workshops that provide information to ease students' transition into graduate school, introduces students to campus services and involvement opportunities, and shows just how much UCLA has to offer.

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Discretionary Fund

Supports educational and cultural events held primarily for graduate students that take place on campus. Can cover: food; equipment rental and set-up; facilities use charges; honoraria, travel expenses, and parking for performers and speakers; and flyers and other advertising for the event.

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Student Government Accounting

Student Government Accounting is the office which handles all financial aspects of student government.

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Forum

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Student Interest Boards

These groups represent non-academic groups of students.

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About GSA

The Graduate Students Association (GSA) was established in 1936 to promote the interests of all graduate and professional students at UCLA. More than simply graduate student government, GSA is a student-run, ASUCLA-affiliated organization that sponsors a variety of social, academic, and community programs. Our representatives serve on several campus committees to give graduate and professional students a voice in administrative decisions. Our goal is to enrich and improve the entire graduate educational experience. For more information about our organization, and how you can get involved, please explore this website or stop by our office in Kerchkoff 316.

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