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It is important that graduate students stay on top of deadlines for their degree requirements as they matriculate through their chosen programs. Students must also understand that both university and program requirements exist. Keeping up with the deadlines becomes especially important at the end of the student's degree program.

Each Semester, the Graduate and Professional School publicizes the deadlines by which graduate students must complete specific degree requirements in order to be eligible to remain a degree candidate and graduate. The Grad School Calendar contains important deadlines pertaining to the topics listed below for the current and future semesters. Please note that failure to meet deadlines may result in the postponement of degree receipt. Students should check with their graduate advisors concerning deadlines for submitting materials to departments.  

Current and Upcoming Term Calendar Documents
The following term calendar documents include event dates and deadlines for only the term selected.

 

Spring 2024 | PDF Document

Master's Non-Thesis Option Dates & Deadlines | PDF Document
Master's Thesis Option Dates & Deadlines | PDF Document
Doctoral Dates & Deadlines | PDF Document
 

Summer 2024 | PDF Document

Master's Non-Thesis Option Dates & Deadlines | PDF Document
Master's Thesis Option Dates & Deadlines | PDF Document
Doctoral Dates & Deadlines | PDF Document
 

Fall 2024 | PDF Document

Master's Non-Thesis Option Dates & Deadlines | PDF Document
Master's Thesis Option Dates & Deadlines | PDF Document
Doctoral Dates & Deadlines | PDF Document
 

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