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Resources
Below are links to websites where you can find important resources available to graduate students at Clarkson.

Accommodative Services

Campus Safety & Security

Career Center

Clarkson Catalog

Clarkson Regulations

Counseling Center

International Students & Scholars Office (ISSO)

Library

Office of Information Technology (OIT)

OIT Helpdesk

Student Administrative Services (SAS)

Student Health Center

Writing Center

 

Forms
A student's progress through his/her graduate degree program is tracked with a variety of forms to document the process and gain approval for work completed.  The following forms are available in .pdf format for students, advisors, and departments to access and complete.

Graduate Transfer Credit Form - No time limit, submission of the form during first semester of graduate program suggested.

Credit for Graduate Courses Taken as an Undergraduate Student - For undergraduate students continuing on to graduate school; suggested submission within first semester of graduate program.

Ph.D. Comprehensive Exam Completion - After comprehensive exam completed and approved by committee (PhD only).

Graduate Student Completion Notice - After all degree requirements completed, including final approval of thesis/dissertation. If you worked in a lab, this may need to be accompanied by the Laboratory Clearance Sign-Off Form.

Degree Program Form (MS) - Updated each semester (student and advisor); completed and submitted when all courses and degree requirements are met.

Degree Program Form (PhD) - Updated each semester (student and advisor); completed and submitted when all courses and degree requirements are met.

Notice of Graduate Student Withdrawing - Notice of withdrawal or leave of absence for graduate students only. 

Visit the SAS website for other important general forms - including the Add/Drop form (required for changes to your enrollment after the first two weeks of classes in a semester), and the Request for Dean's Exception (to make other program changes or requests not related to adding/dropping courses).