The following information and resources are for IU University Graduate School student progression.
Diplomas arrive late spring. Update your email and address in One.IU.edu to receive the notification.
Diplomas will not be released by the registrar’s office if you have a record hold. Check your student record for holds.
The I-20 has an expiration date so please be sure to know how many more semesters are needed to complete your degree and create a timeline for completion - it's possible the I-20 extension may be available. Degree requirements cannot be altered or waived because of an expiring I-20. Contact the Office of International Affairs for your I-20 timeline.Office of International Affairs
A dissertation/thesis formatting template for IU UGS students at IUPUI has been created that addresses many of the formatting issues IU students regularly struggle with during their format reviews. We encourage you to use this at the start of your writing.Get the template
The guidelines for using publications or in press manuscripts in the dissertation/thesis are found here.Get the guidelines
Normally, a course may not be counted toward degree requirements if it has been completed more than five years prior to awarding the degree for a master student or, more than seven years prior to the passing of the qualifying exam for PhD students.Review the revalidation methods
Remember, if you are an IU Graduate School* MA, MS, PhD, or Certificate student, don't wait until the last day to submit your student progression forms/eDocs. Please note that eDocs route through multiple offices before reaching their final destination. The due date is the date that the documents MUST reach the IUPUI Graduate Office. There are no exceptions.
For more details download the following PDF attachments:
- PhD students checklist
- Master's students checklist
- Master's non-thesis students checklist
- Certificate students checklist.
*If you do not know if you are in an IU Graduate School program or not, check with your advisor.