The Graduate Student Senate (GSS) represents the concerns of the graduate student community of Kent State University. The GSS also serves as an allocation body by providing competitive and non-competitive awards to graduate students and graduate organizations for funding speakers, workshops, social events, capital equipment purchases, and professional travel. The GSS is composed of representatives chosen by procedures established by the graduate departments and schools of Kent State University. The GSS also appoints graduate student representatives to a variety of university committees. GSS general meetings are held four times each semester, and the Graduate Research Symposium is once a year. GradFests are held for all graduate students following the general meetings.

The Student Representative for Mathematical Sciences is Anthony Harrison.