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Graduate Coordinator Network

"Providing faculty, student, and graduate program support
to achieve the university's mission."

Graduate Coordinator Network (GCN)

The Graduate Coordinator Network (GCN) is a nonprofit, voluntary, professional association of roughly 93 graduate coordinators representing around 12,818 graduate students in approximately 103 departments and programs. The mission of the GCN is to serve as a dynamic and professional mentoring, training, and resource development group for Graduate Coordinators who support students, faculty, and graduate programs on the campus of The University of Texas at Austin.

The GCN offers training and support to new Graduate Coordinators covering all aspects of graduate student administration. Mentors meet individually with new coordinators to discuss best practices, rules, regulations and resources. Whenever possible, a mentor will be from the same college as the new coordinator. In addition to the monthly GCN General Meetings, the GCN provides a variety of training workshops and networking opportunities throughout the year.


Contact for new member welcome

Jennifer Tipton, jentip@austin.utexas.edu

Visit the following links to learn more about the Graduate Coordinator Network:

GCN Governance - Bylaws and Amendments

GCN Leadership

Directory

Founding Members

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