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Here you'll find the annual calendar and planning tools, the reference guide for degree programs and staff, information about our annual workshops and commonly used forms. Information about the GRE is also located in this section.
The academic and administrative policies and guidelines relevant to graduate education can be found in this section.
Resources for faculty and administrators for employing postdoctoral scholars and graduate students as TAs, AIs Readers and Tutors; and GSRs.
Regulations, policies, and procedures for graduate student financial support managed by Graduate Studies, including graduate program fellowship allocations, external fellowships, and nonresident supplemental tuition fellowship programs.
Training Grant Support Services (TGSS) is a virtual unit linking staff in the Office of Graduate Studies and the Office of Research. Learn more about how this unit assists faculty in identifying funding opportunities and helps develop and prepare grant proposals specifically for training grants.
As part of our continuing effort to improve graduate student support at UC Davis, the Provost allocates funds to partially buy-down fees and tuition for GSRs supported on extramural sources.
UC Davis is committed to a multicultural academic environment that supports the success of all graduate students. Diversity among students, faculty and staff is a key, integral factor in graduate education. Numerous resources are available to our community as we work towards achieving an equitable, hospitable and inclusive educational environment.
The Graduate Council is responsible for all policies and procedures related to graduate education at UC Davis and works closely with Graduate Studies to ensure student success and the overall quality of graduate education.
The Mentoring at Critical Transitions (MCT) Program is a brown-bag seminar series offered by Graduate Studies to enhance the preparedness of UC Davis faculty in areas affecting the mentoring, academic socialization, and overall success of our diverse graduate student population during the transitions from applicant to student, coursework to research, and research to professional career.
We provide consultations for faculty and staff who are concerned about an individual graduate student’s welfare or the climate within a graduate group or department.
The Graduate Studies Advisory Committee (GSAC) is an advisory committee that discusses issues that affect graduate program staff across campus. It serves as a resource and support network and makes recommendations to the Graduate Studies Dean’s Office. The committee is composed of graduate program staff and Graduate Studies staff.
Here you'll find guides & handbooks, publications & news, and data reports about our graduate programs.