PeopleSoft Upgrade 2015
From April 10 to April 20, 2015, the University will upgrade our student information system (i.e., PeopleSoft), resulting in some systems being offline. Please visit this site to learn more about impacts to graduate education automated forms and interim processes during the cutover.
The Graduate School is here to ensure that you have the resources and support you need to have a successful graduate education experience. In addition to providing a number of academic and professional development opportunities, the Graduate School connects students across colleges through interdisciplinary initiatives, administers fellowships and grants, provides quality oversight of programs, and promotes diversity and inclusivity in the graduate community. If you have concerns or need more information, please call us at 612-625-2809, visit us on campus at 321 Johnston Hall, or email us at email@example.com.
Find answers to questions such as "How do I get a hold removed from my record?" and "How can I get involved in interdisciplinary studies?"
In addition to the services provided by the Graduate School, the Graduate Student Services and Progress (GSSP) office, located in 160 Williamson Hall, is responsible for student academic matters, degree progress, and degree clearance
Degree progress, change of status, readmission, special purpose forms
Graduate education calendar, writing support resources, career development, funding