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Graduate School Information Forum

Recruit students to your University by reserving space in the Graduate School Information Forum!

Meet face-to-face with prospective students in a relaxed, informal setting by participating in the Graduate School Information Forum (GSIF) during the GSA Annual Meeting. Take advantage of this excellent opportunity to promote your school to over 1,500 students.

GSIF will be located in the poster session hall and in the corridor leading to it. Traffic and visibility will be outstanding this year due to this location, which is adjacent to the exhibit hall. The forum will be open Sunday through Wednesday from 8 a.m. to 5:30 p.m. You may choose from one day to all four days. Space is extremely limited, and Sunday and Monday will be the first to sell out. Those schools reserving multiple days will be assigned first and to the most visible booths.

Participating schools will be promoted in the October GSA Today, the 2003 Annual Meeting Program and — new this year — on the GSA Web site, with e-mail links so prospective students may schedule appointments prior to the Annual Meeting.

You will be provided with one poster board (approximately 4' x 8'), one 6' table, and four chairs (two for university representatives and two for students). A sign with the name of your university will be posted on the poster board. You may use the remaining space to advertise your program. Please note that your display is limited to what you can pin to the poster board or place on your table. No freestanding displays will be permitted due to limited space and no sales are to be made from this area. Electricity is available at an additional charge. Please contact Kevin Ricker by September 2 if you need electricity.

The forum is for the promotion of your graduate program only. If you wish to sell anything at the meeting or promote your program with a larger display, you must reserve a booth in the exhibit hall. Information about exhibit booths can be obtained by contacting Quality Business Services; 3110 W. Wadsworth Blvd., Ste #307; Denver, CO 80227; (303) 914-0695, fax (303) 914-9651.

A new online Graduate School Program Posting opportunity will be available later this year that can help enhance visibility during the meeting and throughout the year. Participating GSIF schools will be eligible for significant discounts. Stay tuned for further details.

For more information or to reserve your space, contact Kevin Ricker at (303) 357-1090 or

All requests for cancellations and changes must be received in writing (faxes accepted) by September 2. No refunds will be made on cancellation notices received after this date. Refunds will be mailed from GSA after the meeting.

Space is limited, and the location in Seattle is outstanding; we suggest that you make your reservations early.

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