May 24, 2021
With the semester coming to a close, I would like to recognize and celebrate excellence in our graduate programs. This academic year, Graduate School Fellowships and Awards benefitted 293 students in 72 programs this year, with over two million dollars of financial support.
We have prepared a virtual celebration to recognize and celebrate these outstanding students, as well as faculty and staff. I invite you to watch and share our 2021 Virtual Fellowship and Award Celebration:
May 12, 2021
TerpTax will be open for limited appointments during the last two weeks of the semester. All graduate students are welcome to make a virtual appointment with one of the TerpTax assistants. They can help you file your state and federal taxes for free! For more information including how to make an appointment and what documents you need to have for your appointment, please go here:
May 11, 2021
Dear University of Maryland International Graduate Students,
April 14, 2021
A campus-wide message was sent today regarding Guidelines and Phased Plan for Fall 2021 return to campus: umd.edu/4Maryland/Fall2021. The campus guidance includes a link to our page for graduate students on the resumption of in-person thesis and dissertation defenses.
February 18, 2021
Below are important reminder regarding 2021 graduation deadlines and timeframes for graduate students. Please email us at email@example.com if you have any questions about this,
February 18, 2021
The testimony provided to the Senate Finance Committee by Steve Fetter, Dean of the Graduate School, during the hearing on Senate Bill 521: State Personnel -- Collective Bargaining is available here.
January 25, 2021
The University of Maryland’s Graduate School is excited to recruit two outstanding undergraduate interns. We are happy to support you in pursuing course credit for the internship if your academic program provides it (e.g., PSYC 389). The deadline to apply is 9am on Monday, February 1.
November 24, 2020
The Graduate School currently does not have policy or guidance on whether and to what extent current graduate students can be involved in graduate admissions. We have learned that some programs involve current graduate students in their admissions process whereas others do not. At the request of the Council of Associate Deans of Graduate Education (CADGE), the Graduate School prepared draft guidance in collaboration with the Graduate Council (approved November 24, 2020).
November 17, 2020
On November 16, the Provost emailed all students announcing that the deadline to withdraw from a course has been extended to November 30 to provide students who have been profoundly impacted by the pandemic conditions with more flexibility. In considering your options, it is important that graduate students and program advisors understand the potential implications of withdrawing from a course (or an entire semester) so they can work together to make an informed decision.
October 13, 2020
The Graduate School announces improvements to the remote thesis/dissertation defense process. Please visit our website for more information.