The Graduate College offers the following resources to assist you as you guide your studentsí graduate education. This information should help you become more familiar with Graduate College policies, procedures, and resources.
- Admissions & Enrollment Information for Departments
Read about GC admissions and enrollment policies and procedures so that you can advise your prospective and current students accordingly.
- Electronic Initiatives Information for the latest Graduate College electronic initiatives.
- FAQs Find answers to your most frequently asked questions.
- Graduate Assistantships Request a graduate assistant and review the expectations and procedures.
- Graduate Coordinators
Review the roles and responsibilities associated with this essential position.
- Graduate Council & Committees
Explore information about the Graduate Council and committees, including: Curriculum, Program Review, Faculty & Student Issues, Graduate Student Funding, Professional Development, New Programs & Program Revisions, and the Executive Committee.
- Graduate Faculty StatusApply for graduate faculty status or renew your status in order to serve on student committees and teach graduate-level coursework.
- Graduate Study Timeline for Students
Review and use this important resource to mentor your graduate students.
Rely on this collection of publications to understand the policies, procedures, and expectations of the Graduate College.
- Scholarships & Fellowships Learn about funding opportunities for your students.
- UNLV Outstanding Graduate Student Teaching Award To be eligible, candidates must have taught at least 2 complete classes in the last 3 years (from fall 2009 through summer 2012). The 2012- 2013 UNLV Outstanding Graduate Student Teaching Award applications are due no later than noon, Friday, December 14th, to GradStudentSvc@unlv.edu. All masters and doctoral students are eligible for consideration, subject to the guidelines provided below. The 1st place winner will be given a $2,500 award, the 2nd place winner will be given a $2,000 award, and the 3rd place winner will get a $1,500 award.
- UNLV Graduate College Outstanding Thesis & Dissertation Awards Eligible projects for this year's Outstanding Thesis and Outstanding Dissertation awards are those successfully defended between December 1st, 2011, and December 1st, 2012.
- Graduate Access Retention Awards Policy and Guidelines Emergency retention grants are intended to assist graduate students with immediate financial assistance to prevent students from withdrawing from a program due to sudden, catastrophic financial hardship prior to completing their degree. Retention funds should not be perceived as an alternative "reward" system for students with high GPA's, Graduate Assistants, or students who did not receive another scholarship/grant. The funds are intended to address immediate, short-term financial crises that would impede the student's ability to complete their degree program.
- Graduate Access Recruitment Funds Policy and Guidelines Recruitment awards should be utilized to assist departments and academic colleges in their strategic efforts to recruit outstanding new graduate students, diversify their graduate student body, and/or invest in targeted graduate programs that would benefit from enrollment growth.