Graduate Studies Policies, Dates/Deadlines, and Forms
- Academic Requirements (AR) Reports
- Course History
- Planned Program of Study
- Releasing and Advising Hold
- Data and Reporting
- Class Roster
- Departmental Admin Center
- Reviewing Permission Requests
- Teaching Schedule
- Entering Final and Mid-Semester Grades
- Missing Grades Report
- Online Grade Change
- Uploading Grades from Canvas to SIS
- Viewing Advisee Grades
Health and Well-Being
Direct students to University Health and Counseling or faculty and staff can call UHCS yourself to get advice from a Counselor. They can offer tips for support and intervention or you can refer someone to Counseling Services.
Student Affairs has published a guide to Encountering Student in Distress or Personal Crisis
|Medical Advice (all hours)||216-368-2450|
|Counselor On-Call (all hours)||216.368.5872|
- 24/7 Mental Telehealth Counseling
- Psychiatric Care
- Group therapy
- Rape and Sexual Misconduct Advocacy
- ADHD and Learning Disability assessments
- Grief Resources
- Guided Relaxation Exercises
- Prevention and Recovery Resources for substance abuse
- COVID-19 Guidance
- General Clinic for minor ailments
- Allergy Clinic
- Occupational Health
- Sexual Health
- Impact Solutions (Employee Assistance Program)
- Personal Issues
- Marital matters
- Divorce adjustment and options
- Retirement Coaching
- Chemical dependency and abuse
- Parenting issues
- Work-related stress
- Legal and financial questions
- Nutrition and Fitness
- A web-based portal with articles, resources and interactive features.
- Legal, financial and identity theft assistance
- Child care and elder care resources
- Referrals to community resources
Resources To Assist Your Students
- School of Graduate Studies Professional Development Center
- Contact Rachel Begley (email@example.com)
- We should make her a website or link to Campus Groups
- List some things the PDC does
- Center for Women
- Women Faculty Leadership Development Institute (WFLDI)
- Women Staff Leadership Development Institute (WSLDI)
- Women in STEM (WiSTEM)
- Women in Science and Engineering Roundtable (WISER)
- Women in Science and Humanities Earning Doctorates (WISHED)
- Peer and professional mentoring, coaching, and violence prevention
- LGBT Center
- Campus, local, and national groups
- Peer mentors and conversation groups
- Safe Zone
- Multicultural Affairs
- Title IX Sex Discrimination
- Discrimination and Harassment
- Disabilities and Accommodations (Faculty and Staff) (Students request accommodations through Disability Resources)
- Train The Champion
- Diversity Awareness Training, Diversity 360, and the Power of Diversity lecture series
- Sustained Dialogue
* Students must be enrolled under the School of Graduate Studies. Funds are available on a first-come, first-served basis. Students may only receive each award once during their graduate career.
- Must be presenting, not just attending.
- Departments are required to match funds 50/50 up to 500 for domestic travel and $1,000 for international travel.
- Application materials must be submitted 2 weeks prior to travel.
- Must be presenting, not just attending.
- Award up to $250, no department matching required.
- Application materials can be submitted up to 60 days after the conference/event.
For students who encounter an unforeseen emergency or event. There funds are not intended to be used for routine expenses or as a consistent supplement to a student's education funding sources. Requests must be urgent in nature. This is a university-wide initiative. Funds will generally not exceed $500 per request. Generally, a maximum of one award will be given within a semester.
Included but not limited to:
- Costs related to medical care, including medication
- Books or other essential academic expenses
- Safety needs (changing a lock)
- Assistance with replacement of essential personal belongings due to theft, fire, or natural disaster
- Travel costs related to a death or illness of an immediate family member
- Assistant with rent, utilities, food, etc.
- Women graduate students in the College of Arts & Sciences.
- Meant to extend their education by foreign study or foreign travel, or both.
- Can be used any time during the 12 months following the current academic year.
- Fellowships range from $1,000 - $3,500.
- Graduate students in the College of Arts & Sciences.
- Research grants up to a few hundred dollars to support student research projects.