Organizations for Graduate Students

The university has a number of student organizations devoted to graduate student causes and concerns.

  • There's more to these groups than their websites. Some update their websites rarely because they're primarily active in person, by email, on Facebook, etc. When in doubt, try their contact information.
  • There are more groups than we've listed here. This list is limited to groups that Graduate Studies is aware of. If your discipline isn't listed, ask your department whether they have a group for graduate students. Also, Student Involvement maintains a much larger list of recognized student organizations, graduate and otherwise.

For all disciplines

GSA meeting at a coffeeshop
A meeting of the GSA executive committee at a coffee shop near campus.

For specific academic disciplines

  • Philosophy Graduate Colloquium
  • Plant Pathology Student Organization
  • Political Science Graduate Student Association
  • Psychology Graduate Student Organization
  • Quantitative, Qualitative, and Psychometric Methods (QQPM) Graduate Student Organization
  • School of Natural Resources Graduate Student Association
  • School Psychology Graduate Student Association
  • Statistics Graduate Student Association
  • Student Planning Association of Nebraska (Community and Regional Planning graduate student organization)
  • Visual Arts in Practice (Art and Art History graduate student organization)