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In addition to your faculty and your department or program staff, there are several offices that support Graduate Education.
Many administrative services can be accessed through the student portal, myUChicago.
The Get Involved site links you to Arts & Culture, Committees and Advisory Boards, Athletics, Service, Spiritual Life, Student Government, and Student Organizations across campus. PSD students also participate in programs sponsored by the PSD Social Committee.
The Grad Guide Weekly is a convenient way to keep abreast of campus-wide programs and events.
Graduate Student Affairs
Graduate Student Affairs is a part of the Office of the Deputy Provost for Graduate Education and supports graduate students at every stage of their academic careers. GSA functions as a one-stop shop for graduate students to access resources that support timely degree completion and to enhance professional preparation that helps them translate their degrees into a variety of careers.
GSA works with academic units as well as campus-wide offices like the Center for Teaching and Learning and Alumni Relations and Development to develop programs and events and training and support for graduate students. GSA offers fellowship advising and editing to doctoral and master's students in all divisions and schools and sponsors funding opportunities like the Graduate Innovation Grant.
Online Emergency Directory "Whom do I contact if...": http://help.uchicago.edu/