Graduate Student Town Hall

2023 Graduate College Town Hall


The Graduate Student Town Hall is right around the corner – and this spring we’re focusing on a topic that is integral to success: well-being. You may have heard the term tossed around a few times: but what does it mean for you? In essence, well-being is a set of skills and healthy coping mechanisms that can act as a guidebook through life, using real-world strategies and solutions for daily problems. 

As graduate students, we understand that your schedule is full of competing priorities like coursework, relationships, finances, and career planning. It can get stressful and overwhelming! When you focus on your well-being, your overall productivity and life satisfaction increases – and who wouldn’t want that? 

We may not have all the answers, but we’re here to help. Our knowledgeable panel of ASU professionals will address your questions and concerns. If you’d like to submit an inquiry to the panelists, register for this year’s town hall by January 24


  • Elizabeth Wentz, Vice Provost and Dean, Graduate College
  • Erin Trujillo, Director, ASU Counseling Services
  • Nika Gueci, Executive Director, Center for Mindfulness, Compassion and Resilience
  • Holly Singh, Assistant Vice President, International Students and Scholars Center


Register to Submit Questions


Event registration will continue through February 7.

About the Graduate Student Town Hall

Every year, the Graduate College convenes university leaders to address student questions and concerns. Students drive the agenda by submitting questions for the panelists to answer at the event.


Marjani Hawkins