Florida A&M’s Graduate Student Association (GSA) is hosting a Graduate Student Town Hall Meeting Friday, Dec. 2 at the Perry Paige Auditorium from 4 p.m. to 5:30 p.m.
Representatives from numerous different departments will be in attendance to hear feedback and questions from students. This meeting a part of a series of meetings hosted by the organization to get students more involved in the happenings of the university and community.
“Come out and make sure your concerns are heard and addressed,” reads a press release by Nathaniel Williams.
Recently, the GSA hosted a Town Hall Meeting about the StarMetro bus routes and the problems students were facing with the new system. Students were welcomed to come to the meeting to discuss the problems
they now face with transportation as a result of the changes.
GSA is aimed at bridging the gap between the different departments in the university. It was established to help students build and maintain a healthy collegiate network. GSA works to bring students together from all the different departments under the FAMU School of Graduate Studies to discuss and improve, where necessary, the different aspects of graduate student life on campus.