Important Graduate Documents and Dates
A number of very relevant links are listed below. Our Graduate Studies Committee recommends that you become very familiar with the information contained therein; you will find that many of your important questions are answered within the linked documents.
Forms for Current Students
Graduate Studies Plan: for those admitted prior to Fall 2013
Graduate Studies Plan: for those admitted Fall 2013 and later
Graduate Committee Assembly Form
Annual Report of Graduate Student Progress
Student Outcome Assessment
Please consult the Graduate School website for further resources.
2013-2014 Academic Year Graduate Thesis Deadlines
These deadlines provide the Director of Biological Sciences and the College Dean with sufficient time to read theses and return them to students for review and editing prior to submission to the next level. Edits and revisions can, and likely will, be required at each stage of the process. Students are therefore encouraged to leave more time than indicated below.
Thesis Deadline for the Department of Biological Sciences for review and signature are as follows:
Thesis Deadline for the College of Arts and Sciences Dean's Office for review and signature are as follows:
Thesis Submission Deadlines to The Graduate School:
If the deadline falls on a Saturday or Sunday, then the deadline becomes the CLOSEST Monday.
2014-2015 Teaching Assistantship Application Deadline:
If you are selected:
Applying to Graduate
Applying for graduation is now simpler than ever! Effective immediately, students may apply for graduation through their UAOnline accounts.
Students may pay the $50 application fee via UAOnline or in person with Cashiering at the University Center. Students will not be required to provide immediate payment when submitting their UAOnline application for graduation.
Students with graduation-specific holds on their accounts are currently unable to apply for graduation through UAOnline. They will be prompted to contact firstname.lastname@example.org for further instruction.