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The official resource for all your inquiries about Graduate School, academics, enrollment, degree and certificate types, grading, grievance and conduct, tuition/fees/funding and everything in-between can be found on the Graduate School’s Policies and Procedures website.
Graduate Assistantship Policies & Procedures (GAPP) for Project (PA), Teaching (TA) and Research (RA) assistants.
Navigating all the variables of graduate school can be challenging. Be sure to take care of your mind, body, and soul along the way. Reach out to any of these helpful resources whenever you need.
Whether it’s a feeling that cheating might have taken place, or something more serious, misconduct is typically handled one of two ways: Academic or Non-Academic. The Office of Student Conduct and Community Standards are the people who help guide faculty, staff, and students through these situations.
Other various types of reporting may involve bias or hate incidents, sexual assault, hazing, stalking, missing student, dating/domestic violence, or student of concern. Making a report and finding support are accessible through the Student Affairs Office.
Within the Department of Soil Science two individuals have volunteered to serve as points-of-contact for individuals to share concerns or receive on-campus and off-campus resources regarding harassment, intimidation, bias, or abuse. These individuals include a faculty member, Zac Freedman, and staff member, Julie Garvin1.
1Responsible Employee (RE) who is required to report incidences of sexual harassment and sexual violence to campus authorities for further investigation and follow-up. Reporting Requirements – Office of Compliance – UW–Madison (wisc.edu)
The Graduate School has very specific requirements regarding all the steps to completing your MS degree. To learn all about these requirements, deadlines, thesis formatting, and commencement, please refer to this webpage often.
The Graduate School has very specific requirements regarding all the steps to completing your doctoral degree. To learn all about these requirements, deadlines, thesis formatting, and commencement, please refer to this webpage often.
Do not wait until you complete your program to begin looking for professional development and employment resources. There is much you can do during the course of study to help you stand out among other eligible job seekers. Check out our Professional Development & Employment Resources page for the latest information.