The vision of the National Association of Graduate-Professional Students (NAGPS) is to be a nationally representative and internationally recognized Association that advocates for institutional and structural changes to improve graduate and professional education in the United States.


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a member network that connects graduate and professional students across the United States to facilitate the sharing of information, resources, and best practices.


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students’ voices to campus, local, state, and federal policymakers.

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This student would be taxed on $54K instead of $20K, raising her taxes by 300%, decreasing her take home pay to about $13,000 We need to stay active and keep the pressure up. Go here for more info #ReworkTheReform #NAGPS4U @cmugsa @UCDavisGSA @UNT_GSC

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CU Boulder Graduate Students talk about the disastrous effects of the CTJ Act in this article by Colorado Public...

Tax tuition waivers for grad students, but subsidize private jets. Rationale?

We don't have guaranteed summer funding and without it even in STEM (information sci) at an ivy league (Cornell), my 2016 income was $24,907

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