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Graduate Student Coordinating Council


The Graduate Student Coordinating Council represents the graduate student body in all matters concerning academics, welfare, administration and services for graduate students. The council promotes closer relations between graduate students, faculty and the university administration and provides professional development activities for graduate students.

Office Location

We are located in the Student Government Association and Campus Union Board Office, Student Union D234. If you wish to pick up and/or drop off an application for funding please go to the Office of Student Affairs in the Student Union D206. 

Any graduate student who wishes may attend GSCC meetings.

For further questions, just click to email your representative:

Name Department Email Address
Laura Schmarkey GSCC Chair lschmarkey@gmail.com
Sam Updinsky  GSCC Vice Chair sudinsky1011@gmail.com
Breyana Davis Graduate Assistant gscc@armstrong.edu
Victoria Do Secretary vd8794@stu.armstrong.edu
Joyce Thomas Social Media Chair jt2984@stu.armstrong.edu
Yvette Upton Student Affairs (Advisor) Yvette.Upton@armstrong.edu
Mike Balas Criminal Justice mb2469@stu.armstrong.edu
Nicole Grant Communication Science and Disorders dg2478@stu.armstrong.edu
Ryan Good Sports Medicine rg5999@stu.armstrong.edu
Ronald Jones Health Services Administration rjjones0721@gmail.com
Sandra Mazzolini Curriculum and Instruction sm8957@stu.armstrong.edu
PoTeea Morris-Hunter Public Health pm8336@stu.armstrong.edu
Lori W. Morgan Professional Communication and Leadership  lm7237@stu.armstrong.edu
Muthumeena Muthiah Computer Science mm9828@stu.armstrong.edu
Kayla Wilson Adult Education kayla.kdw1@gmail.com
TBA Nursing, Early Childhood, and Secondary Education N/A


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