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AAMC Mailing Lists

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AAMC mailing lists are available for sharing valuable information and resources with our member institutions and constituents.

About GSA


The purpose of the Group on Student Affairs (GSA) is to advance medical education and, specifically, to represent the interests of medical schools and medical students in the areas of admissions, student affairs, student diversity affairs, student financial assistance, and student records. The function of the GSA is to provide a means of communication among, and to facilitate interaction of the AAMC with, GSA representatives with responsibilities in these areas.

The GSA advises the AAMC on matters of policy relating to the GSA's areas of interest and expertise and may recommend such policy to the AAMC governance for consideration. GSA activities include project analysis, program development, and data-gathering about emerging trends to help the GSA and the AAMC to anticipate and respond effectively to environmental changes as they affect medical education, medical schools, and medical students in the areas of the GSA's interest and expertise.

GSA Listserve

The GSA Listserve is an important tool intended to enable and support communication and collaboration among GSA representatives.

GSA Rules & Regulations

Further information about GSA membership catagories, affinity group governance, and other important information are detailed in the GSA Rules & Regulations.

Exemplary Service Award

Each year the GSA Exemplary Service Award is presented by the Group on Student Affairs (GSA) to a current or former GSA representative who has demonstrated exemplary service to the GSA. A list of past winners and the nomination form can be found through the link above.

Message from the GSA National Chair

Read a message from Donna Elliott, MD, EdD, Professor of Clinical Pediatrics, Educational Scholar, and Senior Associate Dean for Student and Educational Affairs at the Keck School of Medicine of the University of Southern California.

GSA Professional Development Initiatve

The GSA Professional Development Initiative (PDI) is a collaborative partnership between the AAMC and the GSA community. It provides GSA professionals with access to free tools, resources, and a detailed framework outlining critical behaviors for the professional devleopment of student affairs professionals at medical education.