Graduate Academic Achievement and Advocacy Program

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The Graduate Academic Achievement and Advocacy Program, or GAAAP, is the graduate branch of the Student Recruitment and Retention Center.

GAAAP seeks to address the unique needs of graduate student populations which have been historically under-represented. While still in the early planning stages this first of its kind program, sets forth these broad ranging goals: developing projects such mentorship between Graduates and Undergraduates, workshops, round table discussions that will provide support for graduate students at critical points of their academic career, decrease student isolation by serving as a base for networking among under-represented student populations.

The Graduate Student Recruitment and Retention program is located in the basement of South Hall.

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