Graduate Engineering Council


The Graduate Engineering Council (GEC) was founded in May of 2002. It consists of at least two representatives from each of the six departments in Princeton Engineering: Computer Science, Chemical Engineering, Mechanical and Aerospace Engineering, Operations Research and Financial Engineering, Civil and Environmental Engineering, and Electrical Engineering.

The GEC works as a liaison between the School of Engineering and Applied Science graduate student body and the administration, serving to keep graduate students informed about the decisions and forthcoming projects currently being discussed by the administration, while the representatives from each department bring the problems and concerns of graduate students to the attention of the administration to work toward a solution. The GEC also provides interactive and informative programs for the graduate student body. To contact the GEC, email