Forms for Graduate Student Reimbursement
Graduate Students and Graduate Student Organizations who have been approved for funding should use the following forms to request reimbursement.
If you have questions about PDGs, Mini-Grants, or GSO funding, please e-mail the GSA at gsainfo [at] emerson.edutitle="Email the Graduate Student Association".
- PDG and Mini-Grant Reimbursement Form
This is for individual students who have applied for and been approved for specific funding requests.
- GSO Funding Reimbursement Form
This is for Graduate Student Organizations who have applied for and been approved for specific funding requests.
- GSO Budget Request Form
The following are current campus-based Graduate Student Organizations that can receive funding from the Graduate Student Association. If you have an idea for a group based on a program or topic not covered on this list, please e-mail the GSA at gsainfo [at] emerson.edutitle="Email the Graduate Student Association".
The International Graduate Student Organization (IGSO) is dedicated to enhancing the campus experience for international graduate students and serving their specific needs. The IGSO provides a base for social interaction and networking opportunities such as festivals, food fests, workshops, and meetings. Bridging the gap between international and domestic students, and promoting conversation between these two communities, are also major goals of the IGSO.
President and Event Manager
Yu-Chin (Daisy) Kao
Connect with IGSO
- igso.emerson [at] gmail.com (Email)target="_blank" title="E-mail IGSO"
The purpose of Civic Media: Art and Practice Consortium (CMAP) is to provide Emerson graduate students with a base for professional interaction and social connection; to encourage and promote the values of the Media Design Program: to provide effective channels for supporting civic engagement in the local Boston community; to connect Emerson graduate students with projects and learning experiences of the Emerson Engagement Lab; to sponsor educational lectures featuring scholars and professionals in the areas of civic media, visual media art, civic engagement and game design; to encourage and promote professional development through the sponsorship of grants; and to recognize outstanding Media Design graduate students. Media Design Consortium membership will expose members to speakers, activities, and events dealing with government, international aid organizations and community-based organizations, preparing them for a variety of roles as creative leaders, makers and thinkers.
PRGrads provides Public Relations graduate students with a base for social and professional interaction. The group encourages and promotes Public Relations graduate student activities, provides effective channels for expression concerning all aspects of department and college life, sponsors educational lectures featuring scholars and professionals in the Public Relations field, encourages and promotes professional development through the sponsorship of grants, and recognizes outstanding Emerson Public Relations graduate students.
Redivider is Emerson’s graduate-student-run national literary magazine. A journal of new literature, Redivider publishes work by new and established writers in all genres including poetry, fiction, creative nonfiction, and drama, along with reviews, interviews, and occasional recipes. It is published twice yearly; new issues appear each winter and spring. Submissions are welcome year-round.
Connect with Redivider
The Theatre Education Graduate Association (TEGA) is dedicated to providing networking and professional development events for its graduate students, as well as building a strong theatre education graduate community. Annual events include a cabaret, guest speakers, theatre game swaps, workshops, a TEGA production, and an end-of-the-year celebration.
- Kylie Fletcher
- Jordan Burnham-Bialik
Connect with TEGA
Writers of Color
Department: Writing, Literature & Publishing
- Tochukwu Okafor
Writers of Color at Emerson creates a space for graduate students in WLP to meet to discuss their experiences in the classroom and to collaborate on their creative pursuits. Writers of Color at Emerson actively engage the broader literary community, support and nurture community in our pages and beyond, and welcome and serve historically underrepresented voices, including those marginalized due to class, gender, race, and sexuality.