School of Graduate Studies
All graduate students are invited to participate in Graduate Student Council (GSC), a place to share ideas and concerns related to the needs of Graduate Students at EU. We see ourselves as the voice of the graduate student body, and we partner ourselves with the Graduate School administration to ensure that all graduate students experience academic and professional growth to their fullest potential. The Council organizes programs including Graduate Hour, guest speakers and other special events. Graduate Hour is a monthly event that invites you to engage in professional development opportunities and socialize with students from all disciplines.
Any graduate student is welcome to attend meetings, or join the Council at any time. We seek a diverse representation from all programs.
This year, GSC plans to host its usual Grad Hour event each semester in addition to volunteering/charity efforts. Meetings will follow an every-other Tuesday format as follows:
All GSC meetings will be held in Butterfield Hall, Room 100 at 4 p.m.
“GPDP has enabled literally hundreds of graduate students to make important connections to the world of their profession, present their art and research, search for employment and impress other universities with the level of commitment we have to graduate education.”
– Dr. Joel Erion, Chair of the Department of Counseling, School Psychology and Special Education
The Graduate Professional Development Program is operated by graduate students for other graduate students. GPDP allows for graduate students pursuing professional development opportunities, such as conferences, residencies, and presentations, to offset the costs of travel, lodging, meal costs, and registration. GPDP also is committed to helping graduate students engage in networking, scholarship, research and other academic pursuits.
GPDP will be splitting up its $22,000 allocation between the fall and spring semesters. All materials must be submitted to the Dean's Office in Butterfield Hall, Suite 140. Deadlines for each semester are: Friday, October 6, 2017 and Friday, March 2, 2018, at 4:30 p.m.
For more information, see:
If you have any questions, please contact Matthew Cragg, GPDP Fund Assistant.
Alpha Epsilon Lambda (AEL) is the most selective national honor society exclusively for Graduate and Professional School Students. The mission of Alpha Epsilon Lambda is to: confer distinction for high achievement; promote leadership development; promote scholarship and encourage intellectual development; enrich the intellectual environment of graduate education institutions; and to encourage high standards of ethical behavior. The Alpha Nu chapter of Alpha Epsilon Lambda was chartered in June, 2004. Applications for admission are available in the School of Graduate Studies and Research.
Alpha Epsilon Lambda application is by invitation only; students qualifying for application will be notified via EU email. Minimum requirements for membership in Alpha Epsilon Lambda include: 1) completion of at least 12 credit hours as a degree-seeking student in a graduate program, 2) a grade point average placing the student in the top 35% of campus graduate students, which is a 3.60 at EU and 3) a record of leadership and service to graduate students or graduate student organizations.
If you meet the requirements and are interested in applying, please complete this application and seek a recommendation from your program head/major professor.
If you are an online student you can complete this application and email it to your graduate program head/major professor for their recommendation. Completed applications should be sent to: School of Graduate Studies and Research, 140 Butterfield Hall, Edinboro, PA, 16444. Fax: (814) 732-2611.
AEL Advisor: Dr. John Ziegler Butterfield Hall, 204C firstname.lastname@example.org
Click here for Alpha Epsilon Lambda’s national webpage.