Graduate students should familiarize themselves with the university's policies and procedures, as well as department requirements. To help you navigate any bumps in the road, our office has compiled a graduate student handbook, A Guide to Graduate Studies: Policies, Procedures, and Thesis, Project, and Dissertation Format. The Guide includes information on many of the policies unique to graduate education, campus resources, and steps for completing the culminating experience.
Policies that most often concern graduate students are listed below; click on the policies for more information. Please consult the University Bulletin of Courses (course catalog) for complete information on all university policies, requirements and procedures.
Required End Sexual Violence Training
The Title IX & Gender Equity Office upholds the CSU Chancellor’s Executive Order to address sexual discrimination, harassment and violence in an educational institution’s academic, educational, extracurricular, and athletic activities. The office is a resource for education, assistance, and reporting options on sexual misconduct.
All students, including graduate students, are required to complete mandatory End Sexual Violence Training each academic year. Options include online training, events, and workshops administered by the Title IX & Gender Equity Office. Please visit the Title IX website for more information on training, deadlines, and resources.