The question remains whether the Trump Administration Labor Board or the courts will reverse the Columbia University decision that permitted graduate students to organize. Certainly, the Service Employees International Union and other unions are taking a very cautious approach to this situation, almost assuming the present members of the Labor Board will reverse course. If that happens, the unions will continue to try to organize graduate students, but will seek to have colleges and universities voluntarily recognize the union as the bargaining agent for the students. They may picket, strike, or find other ways to pressure the college or university to have a neutral organization, such as the American Arbitration Association, conduct an election or simply demand recognition. The greatest time to use pressure will be around exam times, graduation, or homecoming weekends. To the extent, any college or university becomes aware of union activity, it is vital to plan for all possibilities.