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How Do I Use DocuSign?

Please watch this step-by-step video that shows how DocuSign works. Log into DocuSign to link your TAMU account before submitting any forms.

Logging in will automatically link the account with your NetID and will allow you to later check the status of documents which you have submitted, signed, or are awaiting your action. The Initiator (either student or Staff Graduate Advisor, depending on the form) starts the form and completes the requested information. If you are required to sign the form, you will receive an email to your TAMU email account prompting you to provide your initials or signatures.

Follow the instructions given. Follow the "Using DocuSign" guide for your role:

If you have questions about how to sign the form or other technical aspects: DocuSign has a robust Support Center. You can watch a video to learn more about signing documents. There are also step-by-step instructions related to printing documents, accessing documents you previously signed, and other basic information. If you have questions about what you are signing or programmatic elements of the DocuSign form: contact the Staff Graduate Advisor in your department.

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