Where to find graduate information
Graduate school is already hard enough, let us help make it easier. The Graduate Student Resources page is a collection of just about every form, document, or table you will need to be prepared for grad school. Any further information can be found by contacting the Graduate Studies office, or by contacting the office of your respective program.
Graduate Thesis Deadlines
|Semester of Planned Graduation||Fall 2021||SPRING 2022||SUmmer 2022||Fall 2022||Spring 2023||SUMMER 2023|
|Semester Prior to Graduation|
|Submission of Thesis Topic Approval Sheet||Jun 14, 2021||Nov 8, 2021||Mar 14, 2022||Jun 13, 2022||Nov 7, 2022||Mar 13, 2023|
|Last Day to add GR698, GR699, GR799||Oct 20, 2021||Mar 21, 2022||Jun 17, 2022||Oct 19, 2022||Mar 20, 2023||Jun 16, 2023|
|Last Day to hold Oral Thesis Defense||Nov 1, 2021||Apr 4, 2022||Jun 20, 2022||Oct 31, 2022||Apr 3, 2023||Jun 19, 2023|
|Complete and Approved Electronic Thesis due to Graduate Studies||Nov 8, 2021||Apr 11, 2022||Jul 1, 2022||Nov 7, 2022||Apr 10, 2023||Jun 30, 2023|
|Thesis reader returns comment to thesis chairperson for consideration||Nov 29, 2021||Apr 14, 2022||Jul 22, 2022||Nov 28, 2022||Apr 17, 2023||Jul 21, 2023|
|Thesis Revisions Due to Office of Graduate Studies. Once Acceptance Sheet is signed by Dean of Graduate Studies, permission will be given to student to upload thesis to ProQuest||Dec 3, 2021||Mar 29, 2022||Jul 29, 2022||Dec 2, 2022||Apr 28, 2023||Jul 28, 2023|
Students have the opportunity to conduct their own independent study related to their field of study for a predetermined number of academic credits. Requirements may differ between various programs, but all programs follow a similar approval process that requires students to fill out the approval form below.
The academic internship is a valuable extension of formal academic education. It affords students an opportunity to combine their educational experience with professional work experience for academic credit. At the date of completion, the form below needs to be filled out in order to approve the credits earned. For questions about requirements and eligibility, contact the office of your respective program.
Southeast wants all students to have meaningful experiential learning as part of their education. Southeast has established a fund to support professional experiences for students. The fund helps make possible the participation by students in real-world, professional presentations of the results of research and other creative work. The program supports travel, lodging and other expenses related to these activities (subject to university policies governing faculty/staff travel) on a competitive basis. This program is run directly by the Funding for Results Team as a permanent program.