The Graduate Student Advisory Council (GSAC) represents graduate students in the following programs:

African-American Studies*
Anatomy and Cell Biology
Anthropology
Applied Physics & Applied Mathematics‡
Architecture (History and Theory)‡
Art History and Archeology
Astronomy
Biochemistry and Molecular Biophysics‡
Biological Sciences
Biomedical Engineering‡
Biostatistics‡
Business‡
Chemical Engineering and Applied Chemistry‡
Chemical Physics
Chemistry
Civil Engineering & Engineering Mechanics‡
Classical Studies
Classics
Communications‡
Earth & Environmental Engineering (Materials Science)
Earth & Environmental Sciences
East Asia Regional Studies*
East Asian Languages and Cultures
Ecology, Evolution, and Environmental Biology
Economics
Electrical Engineering‡
English and Comparative Literature
Environmental Health Sciences‡
Epidemiology‡
French and Romance Philology
Genetics and Development‡
Germanic Languages
History
Industrical Engineering and Operations Research‡
Integrated Program in Cellular, Molecular, and Biophysical Studies‡
Italian
Mathematics
Mathematics of Finance*
Mechanical Engineering‡
Microbiology‡
Medical Informatics‡
Middle East and Asian Languages and Cultures
Music
Neurobiology and Behavior‡
Nutrition‡
Pathology‡
Pharmacology‡
Philosophy
Physics
Physiology and Cellular Biophysics
Political Science
Psychology
Quantitative Methods in the Social Sciences (QMSS)*
Religion
Russia, Eurasia, and East Europe: Regional Studies*
Slavic Languages
Social Work‡
Sociology
Sociomedical Sciences‡
Spanish and Portuguese
Statistics
Theatre
Urban Planning‡

* MA only program sponsored by GSAS

‡ PhD program at GSAS-affiliated school; please note that GSAC does not represent masters students in any of the following schools: Architecture, Planning, & Preservation; Business; Engineering & Applied Science; Journalism; Public Health; Social Work; and the College of Physicians and Surgeons. Click here for a list of student governing bodies for these schools.