- Graduate Education Roles (update DGSs and GPCs here)
- Faculty Advising Resources
- Assign/Update Advisor (program staff only)
- Doctoral Annual Progress Review (program staff only)
- Master's Annual Progress Review (program staff only)
- Master's Plan Type Assignment
Graduate Planning & Audit System (GPAS)
Graduate Student Services & Progress (GSSP)
Degree completion steps, exam scheduling, thesis/dissertation submission and formatting
Graduate Program Goals
- Graduate Degree Plan Checklist
- Process for International Coursework Review
- Tutorials: Reviewing degree plans to meet policy compliance for:
- Record Preliminary Written Exam Results
- Delegation User Guide
- Final Exam Workflow Guide
- Reviewers' Report Form Definitions
- Reviewers' Report Workflow Guide
- Process for Recessed Exams
- Creating a POI Record and Expectations Process Guide
- Master's Committee Chair Instructions for Final Exam Form
- Doctoral Committee Chair Instructions for Final Exam Form
- Addressing Committee Changes Process Guide
Use these resources to find answers to your students questions or point them in the right direction.
Resources & Tools
Find information about gradSERU results, graduate admissions, enrollment, demographics, completion rates, student competitiveness, student involvement, and more. Internal use only; X500 login required.
The writing initiative supports Community of Scholars Program (COSP) students through individual writing consultations, small writing groups, workshops, monthly student-led speaker series, and bi-monthly Shut Up & Write! retreats.
University-wide fellowship deadlines. Note that deadlines vary by fellowship and applicants should refer to the individual fellowship pages for complete information regarding submission requirements and deadlines.
As of fall 2015, administrative support for graduate and professional education is aligned to recognize the distinct educational mission of each community. Find out whether a post-baccalaureate program is considered a "graduate program" or a "professional program."
The purpose of this project is to encourage the University of Minnesota community – students, faculty & staff – to engage in authentic and sometimes difficult discussions about diversity on our campus. How do we define diversity? Why are we investing in diversifying our graduate student and postdoctoral populations? What does it mean to genuinely value difference? Discussion questions and resources follow each section of this video.