Graduate Policies

The links provided below are the most frequently consulted University and College policies and regulations governing graduate study at KU.  The list is not necessarily exhaustive. 

Links followed by CLAS in parentheses are drawn from the CLAS Graduate Catalog.  They may contain reiterations of University policy and/or College-specific policies.  All other links are pulled from the KU Policy Library.  Please consult the Policy Library and the College section of the current Academic Catalog for further policy information. 

Graduate Admissions

Graduate Courses and Enrollment

Graduate Degree Milestones & Petitions

GTA/GRA/GA

Graduate Degrees

Graduate Faculty

Graduate Programs

Misconduct & Grievances

Contact
College Office of Graduate Affairs
 
Cynthia Lynn
Graduate Affairs Coordinator
(785) 864-1784

 

Graduate Events & Deadlines
Oct 06
Deadline Credit/No Credit
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Oct 11
Fall Break
All day
Oct 12
Fall Break
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