The Graduate Student Resource Center, founded in 2010 as the Graduate Grant Writing Center, originally served CSU graduate students who were seeking and applying for external fellowships and grants to fund their education and research. Today, the Graduate Student Resource Center (GSRC) continues to provide direction with grant writing but also provides unique opportunities for graduate student engagement and professional development.
Academic year, 2014-15
The Graduate Student Resource Center (GSRC), along with its partners, sponsors career and professional development workshops, community-building activities that enhance graduate student life, and a monthly newsletter with news and information specific to the interests of graduate students. The Center, located in historic Parker Hannifin Hall, offers information on issues affecting graduate education. There are no fees for the services, workshops, events or resources offered by the GSRC.
To learn more about the Graduate Student Resource Center, please contact us:
Parker Hannifin Hall
Campus Location: 2258 Euclid Avenue, PH 300
Contact: Patricia Otcasek, MBA
Manager, Graduate Student Resource Center, College of Graduate Studies