Academic iNDex allows students to track their own academic and professional development all in one place — CV and resume updates, funding awards, courses taught, conference presentations, publications, and much more.
A Google Calendar of important dates and deadlines from the Graduate School, Registrar's Office, Student Jobs, and University Health Services. Students should consult their directors of graduate studies or departmental handbooks for program-specific deadlines and milestones.
Register for classes, complete enrollment for the term, request a course audit, obtain transcripts, enrollment verification, and other topics related to student progress.
Resources and guidelines for writing, formatting, and submitting doctoral dissertations and master's theses.
It's never too early to start preparing for the next phase of your career — contact Graduate Career Services to schedule a consultation, attend workshops, and more.
Grad Life offers a wealth of resources for active graduate students to make the most of their time in graduate school. From the Graduate Student Lounge in Duncan Student Center to programs and events designed to help our students thrive academically, mentally, physically, and spiritually.
Consult the Graduation page to learn what steps to take when you're planning to graduate in August, January, or May, or if you're planning to attend the Graduate School Commencement Ceremony in May.
Learn more about requesting a student spouse ID or access to the Wellness Center for your family, requesting an accommodation for childbirth or adoption, and Graduate School safety policy for graduate students working in laboratory environments.
Schedule an appointment with the Office of Grants and Fellowships to apply for competitive funding (such as the GSPDA, below), apply for conference and travel reimbursement through the Graduate Student Union, get out and do something fun with a GO Grant, foster a sense of community with a Grad Life Grant, begin a Summer Tuition Scholarship Application, or refer to the Registrar's Veteran Affairs page for information about applying military benefits toward graduate education.
The Graduate School Professional Development Awards (GSPDA) help support the professional development of graduate students. GSPDA funding is available for conference travel, workshops, seminars, research at other institutions, and other activities related to your development as a scholar and professional. There is no specific limit to the amount of GSPDA funding or the number of awards you can receive during your time as a graduate student.
Policies and procedures related to graduate student academic progress and degree completion requirements.
Establishing expectations and open communication between a graduate student and their faculty mentor(s) is critical to the success of both individuals — download the conversation guide to find out more.
University Offices and Resources
- Disability Services
- Division of Student Affairs
- Graduate Student Clubs and Organizations
- Graduate Student Life
- Graduate Student Union
- Kaneb Center for Teaching and Learning
- International Student Services and Activities
- Multicultural Student Programs and Services
- Office of Financial Aid
- Office of Information Technology
- Office of the Registrar
- Office of Residence Life and Housing
- Office of Student Accounts
- University Counseling Center
- University Health Services
- University Libraries