Strength in Solidarity!

Working together to support graduate students through our historic contract, mutual aid, and collective action. United we bargain. Divided we beg!

Join Our Union

Join us to advocate for rights and benefits for yourself and your fellow graduate workers! Sign a union card today!

Our Contract

Our new contract is full of important wins and benefits! Learn about your rights and benefits as a graduate worker here.

Report a Workplace Issue

Have you encountered an problem in the workplace? Having issues accessing your employment benefits? Let us know, and we can help!


Course Assistant Underpayment

Many course assistants have reported underpayment issues during the Fall 2021 semester. Course assistants are hourly workers and should be paid a minimum of $26.75/hour. If your appointment letter instead states a lump sum, check to make sure you’re being paid fairly by dividing your total compensation by the (maximum number of hours * number of weeks) listed. Report underpayment to unit reps!

Student Debt Calculator

Join the #CancelStudentDebt movement by signing the petition! Then calculate your student debt using the calculator below, and share your student debt story with the hashtag #CancelStudentDebt via social media.

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June 1 Members’ Email

Dear GSOC members, After almost a year of delays, NYU has finally started processing outstanding back pay—including retroactive wages, service bonuses, and vacation pay—for Academic Year 2020–2021, and is expected to process most service bonuses and vacation pay for 2021–22 this summer.However, we are already hearing from some members who still have not received all…

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March 15th Members’ Newsletter

Dear fellow members, Join us next Tuesday, March 22nd at 4:30 PM ET for our monthly member’s meeting! We will be electing new OC chairs, unit reps, and stewards. Read on for details on how to apply as well as updates about the tax and legal fund for international and immigrant workers, the out of pocket healthcare fund, back pay…

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As we protest for human rights and access to essential health care, let's remember to take care of our own and each other's health.

Wearing a mask is an act of solidarity that ensures that our protests are safe, inclusive, and accessible to everyone.