The GSS Constitution defines the rights, responsibilities, and structure of the GSS. It was signed by President Huddleston in 2011, officially recognizing the GSS as the voice of the graduate student body at UNH.
Our bylaws detail how the GSS conducts business, the rights and responsibilities of our officers, senators, and general members, and our election process.
Official communications from the GSS take the form of resolutions or official statements. These communications are discussed and approved by the voting membership of the GSS at our regular meetings.
Resolution 2012.8: support for restoring state funding for USNH to $100 million.
Resolution 2011.1: requesting representation on the University Council for Inclusive Excellence & Equity - Tabled Resolution 2011.2: regarding formation of a UNH Graduate Student Speakers Bureau - Tabled Resolution 2011.3: regarding safety along Main Street South - Tabled Resolution 2011.4: regarding UNH budget cut priorities Resolution 2011.5: opposition to Amtrak Downeaster funding cuts Resolution 2011.6: recognition of World Aids Day and support for continued funding of STD prevention and treatment services at UNH Resolution 2011.7: opposition to concealed weapons on campus Mandatory Fee Statement: results of the GSS's vote on proposed fiscal year 2013 individual mandatory fees charged to grad students and housing and dining rates Resolution 2012.1: opposition to NH HB 1692-FN, a bill which would raise costs for UNH students by requiring duplication of services provided by the USNH system office. Resolution 2012.2: expressing concern over communications from the undeergraduate student body president - Tabled Resolution 2012.3: requesting a re-evaluation of the Babcock Hall alcohol policy. Resolution 2012.4: opposition to NH HB 1264, which would promote discrimination against underrepresented groups of UNH students Resolution 2012.5: opposition to NH HB 437, which would discriminate against underrepresented groups of UNH students Resolution 2012.6: regarding the creation of interdisciplinary schools at UNH - Tabled