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Registration

Once admitted into Graduate School, you can claim your student identification number (dawgtag number) and register for classes. Consult with your academic advisor to determine a plan of courses to take. The Graduate School (Amy Ramsey amramsey@siu.edu) can assist with registration information, withdrawal information, 601 continuing enrollment, illinois residency, course loads, and the grading system.

Registration

Records

The Graduate School (John Russell johnprussell@siu.edu) record office is where you can find out all of the program requirements for graduation, retention, admission to candidacy, research papers, transfer credit, withdrawal information, and 601 continuing enrollment.

Records

Financial Assistance

There are many ways to make SIU graduate education more affordable. Find out more about the different ways to seek financial assistance.

Financial Assistance

Graduate Assistant Jobs

Thesis, Dissertation, Research Paper

Our graduate programs require students to complete either a thesis, dissertation, or research paper. View the guidelines and process for each of these.

Thesis, Dissertation, or Research Paper

Graduation

Ready to celebrate your achievements? Even if you’re not attending the ceremony, graduating students need to apply for graduation by the end of the fourth week for Fall / Spring semesters and the second week for the Summer term.

Graduation

Campus Resources

Sometimes you aren’t sure who to call or what services are available to meet your needs. The Student Resources link below takes you to a comprehensive list, collected especially for students, and representing supportive services from all over campus and in the Carbondale community.

Student Resources