Graduate Studies Forms
Listed below are forms that you may use as you advance through your program as a graduate student in the College of Education.
The forms listed below are published by the College of Education. For Graduate School forms visit their webpage.
|Forms Published by the College of Education:|
| Advisor Change Form | Deans Representative Role Form | Doctoral Approved Program Form | Doctoral Dissertation Proposal Form | Exit Survey, College of Education | EDMS Course Equivalency | Comprehensive Examination Application | |
Foundational Competencies Policy/MCEE | Graduate Studies Registration/Adjustment Petition | Oral Announcement | Provisional Removal | Seminar Paper Title Format | Withdrawal Procedures | Retroactive Withdrawal Procedures | Graduate School Forms
| Doctoral Approved Program Form |
Note: Students undertaking research using human subjects will need to seek and obtain approval from the Institutional Review Board (IRB) prior to starting their research. What is an IRB?
Exit Survey, College of Education
The College of Education will request graduates to file an exit survey. In the semester of graduation, graduates will receive, by e-mail, instructions, and passwords in order to file the survey on-line. This survey information is used to determine how education programs can be improved. Your participation in the survey is important to the College as it enables us to evaluate our strengths and weaknesses. More importantly, this survey gives you the opportunity to assess your professional competence and to evaluate the University of Maryland's performance in preparing this important endeavor.
Comprehensive Examination Application
| Foundational Compentencies Policy/MCEE |
. All graduate students who are in an approved program leading to initial teacher certification, or advanced certification, in professional preparation programs are expected to demonstrate that they are prepared to work with children and youth in educational settings. This preparation results from the combination of successful completion of university coursework and field/internship experiences and the demonstration of important human characteristics and dispositions that all educators should possess. For a complete description of the policy and standards click on the link above.
Requests for a late registration or adjustment of coursework for a previous semester must receive the approval of the Graduate School. To request late registration or registration changes for a previous semester please complete and submit the "Petition for Waiver of Regulation" .
To withdraw from all classes please see section on “Withdrawal Procedures – Graduate Students”.
|form is used to announce the date and meeting place of a doctoral student's final oral defense of the dissertation. This form is submitted to the program to which the student is admitted. Departments are responsible for publicizing the defense date among the faculty and students in the Department.|
| Seminar Paper Title Format |
The outlines how the title page of the seminar paper should be formatted.
Graduate students may request a withdrawal from all classes any time between the first and last day of classes for the semester.
To withdraw, please follow the procedures provided online by the Office of the Registrar and submit the “Degree-Seeking Graduate Student Withdrawal Form”. Students in off-campus programs must also provide a copy of the withdrawal form to the College of Education via email at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Refunds for withdrawing from all classes is determined by the date that the student submits the withdrawal request. Please refer to the “Refund Schedule” in the “Academic Deadlines” to determine the percentage of tuition that may be refundable.
Graduate students may request a withdrawal from all classes any time between the first and last day of classes for the semester. In exceptional cases, a retroactive withdrawal may be requested.