Welcome to the Grove School of Engineering Office of Graduate Affairs
The Grove School of Engineering (GSoE) Office of Graduate Affairs coordinates matters related to graduate level engineering studies. Our primary mission is the administration and management of GSoE graduate engineering programs with a focus on student support services.
The Office of Graduate Affairs serves as a resource for prospective and current students seeking information on a wide range of topics including, admissions to engineering Master's and Ph.D. Programs, degree requirements, academic advising, course registration, academic progress, student development, financial support and other related student services. The Office of Graduate Affairs is charged with overseeing the students' academic progress from start to degree completion.
We work closely with academic departments, students, faculty and staff and serve as a liaison for graduate students with campus wide student services offices to ensure student success. Our responsibilities include monitoring electronic applications, admissions of applicants based upon the recommendations of the graduate programs, enforcing admissions conditions, monitoring of student's performance, issuing academic warnings, dismissals and referrals to the GSoE Graduate Committee on Course and Standing for academic appeal resolution. The Office of Graduate Affairs also monitors a wide range of financial support activities for Ph.D. students including fellowships, tuition waivers, teaching assistantships and travel grants.
Our commitment to the academic and professional development of a diverse community of graduate students is unparalleled. We currently offer five doctoral and ten master's degree programs. Through effective delivery of student services and campus wide collaborations we provide a learning environment that promotes student accomplishment in their academic and professional careers.
We invite you to explore graduate education and research opportunities at the Grove School of Engineering.
Last Updated: 08/21/2020 17:35