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California Forum for Diversity in Graduate Education

The CA Forum for diversity in Graduate Education is an all-day program designed to acquaint students from underrepresented groups with the career and academic opportunities associated with advanced study in a wide range of disciplines. Students will have the opportunity to meet representatives of the nation's leading graduate schools offering Master's and Ph.D. degrees and to attend workshops and panel sessions. More than 100 leading graduate institutions and over 150 representatives have already reserved tables for the event. Visit the California Forum for Diversity in Graduate Education page for more information.

Career Centered Workshops

The Career Center hosts 6 fairs throughout the Academic Year. The Part-time Job Fair, Fall Career Fair, Engineering High-Tech Career Fair and Grad & Professional School Fair occur in the fall. In the winter quarter the Career Center co-hosts the Hospitality Career Expo with the Collins College of Hospitality Management. The Spring Career Fair ends the Academic year. For information on these events visit the Career Center website.

Bronco Scholar Project/Thesis Electronic Submission Workshops

For graduate students submitting their projects and theses electronically this quarter, attend an electronic submission & accessibility workshop at the University Library and get a walkthrough of the electronic submission process and learn the importance of making your document accessible. Workshops available May 7th and May 14th. Register for one of the workshops here: This only applies to graduate students in Economics, English, Hospitality Management, Landscape Architecture, Mathematics, and Nutrition & Food Science.

Library Staff available to help with submissions or tagging on the following days:

  • Friday, June 5 from 1:00pm-5:00pm
  • Monday, June 8 from 3:30pm-6:00pm
  • Tuesday, June 9 from 3:30pm-6:00pm
  • Wednesday, June 10, from 11:00am-5:00pm

Commencement 2015

Masters and Ed.D. Students

Summer 2014, Fall 2014 and Winter 2015 graduates are eligible to participate in commencement. 

Enrolled students must apply for graduation online by April 17, 2015 OR in person at the Registrar’s Office by Friday, May 1, 2015.  Students applying for graduation must also submit verification via a memo to the Office of Academic Programs from their department’s graduate coordinator that all degree requirements will be completed by the end of the spring quarter.

Enrolled students who are close to completion may be eligible to participate in commencement if they submit to the Office of Academic Programs a Graduate Early Commencement Participation Form and verification from their department’s graduate coordinator that the student:

  1. Will complete their culminating experience by the end of the spring quarter;
  2. Will defend the dissertation/thesis/project and complete all final edits of the product by the end of summer 2015 quarter.

 Masters and Ed.D. students who do not meet these requirements are NOT ELIGIBLE to  participate in commencement.