Graduate Student Clubs
AGSA, Albers Graduate Student Association
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Empower – Involve – Engage
The Albers Graduate Student Association (AGSA) is a student-run organization committed to enriching the educational experience of graduate business students at SU. AGSA is designed to meet the needs of the graduate student through social events and guest speakers. The goal of the AGSA is to foster a strong sense of community among graduate students by encouraging networking between students, faculty, and members of the business community.
- Social/engagement with grad student community.
- Opportunities for professional development.
- Representation / a student voice for graduate student issues.
What AGSA Can Do for You
- Implement management & leadership skills learned in class.
- Network opportunities with alumni, faculty and established professionals in all fields of business.
- Social events outside of class with fellow students and faculty.
- Career Development/Planning – plus it looks great on a resume.
- Jesuit Schools Networking across the country.
Contact: Nate VanWesp at email@example.com and/or Daniel Klein at firstname.lastname@example.org for more information.
SUWIB, Seattle University Women in Business
SUWIB supports women and men who share the common interests of empowering women in business, encouraging women to enter business fields, and increasing the number of women in executive roles.
Albers Student Clubs
Graduate Students are welcome to join the other student clubs at Albers and on campus. For more information, click here.
Graduate Student Council
The mission of the Graduate Student Council is to improve the graduate student experience at Seattle University by communicating the needs and ideas of the graduate student body to the University. Additionally, the Council supports the development of a diverse graduate body and supports the mission of Seattle University. The GSC advocates for services that better meet the needs of graduate students. This council funds student-organized graduate events and is comprised of graduate students, representing all 31 graduate programs of the University. For more information, click here.