What steps do I need to take to graduate?
In addition to your program's requirements, the following administrative steps may be required to get your degree. Check with your program office.
- Filed a Graduate Degree Plan? (All graduate students)
- Assigned your Examination Committee?
- Applied to Graduate? (All graduate students)
Visit the degree completion steps page for more details.
Contact the Graduate Office if you are interested in presenting. It's a great CV builder!
Thank a Teacher Program
Submit a short note of gratitude to instructors, teaching assistants, or staff who have made a difference in your education.
UMD Graduate Students in the News
UMD Graduate Lindsey Dietz: Inspiring Women in STEM
CSD Students Participate in Inter-professional Seminar
UMD Resources for Graduate Students
Champ’s Closet serves the needs of UMD students who need professional business attire for internship and job interviews.
Champ’s Cupboard is a free food shelf offered to all UMD students. A variety of non-perishable items and toiletries are available.
COVID-19 Information for Duluth graduate students
Disability Resources promotes access on campus and coordinates academic accommodations with students who have disabilities.
Graduate Planning and Audit System (GPAS)
The Graduate Planning and Audit System (GPAS) is a tool accessed through MyU that consists of two parts that work together.
- GPAS planner: map out future coursework needed to complete a degree
- GPAS audit: displays completed student progress toward degree requirements
Health Services are available right here on campus to support the physical and mental well-being of UMD students.
Information Technology Systems and Services (ITSS)
Technology resources for students include email accounts, network access, file storage and printing, and computing labs and classroom equipment for short-term checkout. For assistance with any type of technology problem, call or stop by the ITSS Help Desk.
The Multicultural Center offers a number of different resources and ways for students to get involved. It is both a place to gather and a forum for the educational, political, social, and cultural issues that are important to the students, faculty, staff, and the greater community.
UMD Career Center
The UMD Career Center office serves both graduate students and alumni. The office provides a range of services, including career counseling, guidance in the preparation of job application materials, and development of interviewing skills.
UMD Writers' Workshop
The UMD Writers' Workshop is open to all UMD students, faculty, and staff who would like help improving their writing.
Drop-ins are accepted, but to ensure a writing consultant is available please make an appointment. If there is a particular need in mind, review the list of writing consultants to find the consultant that will work best.
Resources for Non-native Speakers of English
Please refer to the list of writing consultants to find an ESL expert that will work for you.
2022 Graduate Orientation Recap
The recap includes links to a variety of system-wide and local UMD resources to help you get a good start on a successful academic year.
Resources from The Graduate School
Academic, Career & Campus Update (ACCU) (for graduate students & postdocs)
ACCU is a regular email communication designed to deliver information about post-baccalaureate-related events, services, resources, job postings & workshops.
Academic & Career Development Resources
|Find programs, resources, and events to help you identify potential career paths both inside and outside of academia.
|Good advising is one of the most important determinants of graduate student and postdoc success and satisfaction.|
Graduate School News
|Find out what's going on in the Graduate School.|
Synthesist (for graduate faculty & staff)
Synthesist is a biweekly publication of the Graduate School, designed to deliver information about issues, events and opportunities related to graduate, professional and postdoctoral education.