What is GSAC?

An organization compiled of motivated and passionate students, who want to enhance the student experience at the Grossman School of Business. GSAC works alongside students, faculty, and the Dean to identify areas that can better the student learning and professional experience at GSB.


GSAC Opportunities:

  • Attend Board of Advisors Networking Dinner in the Fall
  • Build strong relationships with GSB faculty
  • Enhance time management, interpersonal, and professionalism skills
  • Work amongst motivated and dedicated students 
  • Networking with potential employers 
  • Build leadership experience
  • Present ideas in a professional setting 

GSAC Initiatives:

  • Creating networking events for students
  • Printed resumes on resume paper for the Career Fair
  • Facilitated interviews for GSB Peer Mentor Program
  • Created Dress For Success document
  • Re-implemented BSAD 040 to curriculum

How To Be A Member:

We are looking for passionate, motivated students who want to enhance other students’ experiences at the Grossman School of Business. If you have executable ideas, and want to be an ambassador to this community, we want you on our committee!

Recruitment occurs in November and new members must complete an application and undergo a competitive interviewing process. GSAC limits our committee size to 4 members per class year so our committee is large enough to have a representative amount of ideas, but small enough that we are able to accomplish our goals.

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Contact Information:

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We are here to help and strive to be a resource for all GSB students and are always looking to help. GSAC members can help connect the dots to resources on campus and within GSB, so feel free to reach out!

Executive Board:

Advisor: Amy Tomas
President: Kiera Zahnacker
Vice PresidentMaddie Stoops