An explanation of the time limits for graduate degree completion.
|Responsible Unit:||Center for Graduate Studies|
|Responsible Exec:||Provost and VP for Academic Affairs|
|Adoption Date:||June 2009|
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From the date of matriculation, graduate students have five years to complete degree requirements (seven years for the Masters in Public Administration and the Masters in Mental Health Counseling). Failure to do so will result in de-matriculation (dismissal from the College). Before this time limit is reached, students may request, with the support of their department and the Dean of The Graduate School, up to a one year extension. If an extension is granted and the requirements are not completed by the end of the extension period, the student will lose matriculated status.
De-matriculated students who wish to matriculate again need to apply for readmission. If accepted, they are required to adhere to current graduate policies and program requirements.
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Center for Graduate Studies
Office Location: Morgan 2105
History (in descending order)
|Next Review Date||June 2012||Three year review|
|Adoption Date||June 2009||Policy Adopted|
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