Student Resources

Purdue Graduate Student Government


Taken from the PGSG website:

The Purdue Graduate Student Government (PGSG) is the legislative arm of,
and the dedicated advocate for, the Purdue graduate student body.

We continuously seek out ways to engage our graduate students with each other,
with Purdue University, and with the Greater Lafayette community.

We are also interested in building relationships with local organizations to help facilitate
communication with the graduate student population and we are dedicated
to serve as a resource for the betterment of the community.

To contact GSB's current PGSG represenative, email us at csgsb 'at' purdue.edu with [PGSG Email] in the
subject line.

OMBUDS Services


Taken from the Purdue Graduate School website:

The Ombuds service is an informal, neutral, and, in most cases, confidential resource for new
and continuing graduate students to raise questions or concerns about any aspect of their graduate experiences.
Faculty and staff may also take advantage of this resource.

Please note, an Ombuds is happy to provide advice, inform students about university resources, make referrals, offer options,
and seek explanations. However, the Ombuds does not file formal complaints or keep formal records of visits.
We are unable to formally advocate for the students in University matters.

To contact GSB's current OMBUDS representatives, email us at csgsb 'at' purdue.edu with [OMBUDS Email] in the subject line.

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