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From admission to graduation, The Graduate School (TGS) supports graduate students throughout their experience, awarding doctoral and master’s degrees in more than seventy disciplines. We are a resource throughout your academic journey.Find Your ProgramApplication Steps
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"I want to assure you that The Graduate School strongly supports our international students, that we recognize the confusion and concern this will cause for many, and that we will do all we can to keep you informed and help you to navigate these challenges." Read the full message from Interim Dean Mayo.
July 17, All Day
Application for a degree due to The Graduate School to receive a degree in Summer Quarter
August 1, All Day
Six-week session ends
August 7, All Day
Dissertation, PhD Final Exam, and change of grade forms due to TGS for Summer PhD candidates
"Over the summer, faculty are preparing their Fall courses and determining the mode in which they will teach. The large majority of classes will be taught remotely, either synchronously or asynchronously, or in a hybrid mode that makes use of face-to-face meetings to supplement remote learning." Read the full message from the Office of the Registrar
"In recent weeks, The Graduate School has heard many concerns from students and faculty about the complexities of TGS milestone deadlines in light of the global COVID-19 (Coronavirus) pandemic." Read the full message from Interim Dean Mayo.