Doctoral students must fulfill all graduation requirements, including approval of the dissertation by the graduate dean, before graduation, while master's and specialist students have up to 30 days after graduation to fulfill their requirements.
After the manuscript is reviewed, you must return any required changes to the Graduate College no later than two weeks after notification, possibly earlier for doctoral students.
Your committee must contain a minimum of three members, but your department may require additional members.
At least one other person from your home department must serve on your committee.
Master's and specialist students who apply for August graduation before May 15 may participate in the June ceremony.
August doctoral graduates may participate in the December ceremony.
If you will definitely not meet the deadline, contact your graduation auditor to change your graduation date, as you will not be automatically moved to the next graduating class.
Projects for specialist degrees are submitted to the Graduate College.
The Graduate College, the Graduate Student Association, and the Office of the Vice President for Research, and Waldo Library offer a number of workshops and seminars of interest to graduate students throughout the year.
Scheduled workshops will be I don't think I will be able to complete all of my degree requirements within the time limit (6 years for master's students, 5 years for specialist students, 7 years for doctoral students). Contact your committee chair or major advisor to determine a reasonable timeline for completion, and consult with the Graduate College, if necessary.