Graduate Coordinator’s Manual

  • Admissions
    Resources and explanations to help you better understand your role within the admission process.
    Application for Graduation
    Find out deadlines and how to register.
    CRM Recruit (iRecruit) Resources
    Resources and an overview for CRM Recruit.  Learn how to set it up, review applications, and more.
    Graduate students are expected to assume full responsibility for knowing graduate program procedures and regulations, which are located in the Graduate Catalog and in program handbooks. Also find forms for exceptions to deadlines, increasing course load, etc.
    Graduate Assistantships
    Find instructions for selecting graduate assistants, completing the graduate assistant award form, and making sure your graduate assistants complete the necessary clearances and paperwork before they begin working.
    Details and instructions for ensuring degree requirements are met.
    Institutional Review Board
    The Institutional Review Board (IRB) for the Protection of Human Subjects is the regulatory body of IUP that is responsible for the review of research that involves human participants.
    Internal IUP Funding for Graduate Student Research
    IUP offers a variety of funding opportunities for graduate student research. Please direct all questions on these funding opportunities to
    Policy Exceptions
    All requests for exceptions should be directed to the assistant dean of the School of Graduate Studies and Research.
    If a student falls below a certain grade point average, they can be dismissed from the program.
    Roles and Responsibilities
    Overview of roles and responsibilities, meeting dates, and minutes.
    Special Credit Policy
    Has a student asked you for extra credit opportunities?
    Thesis-Dissertation Manual
    Detailed guidelines and forms are provided for writing the thesis and dissertation.
    Total Semester Withdrawal
    It's not as easy as simply withdrawing from all your classes!
    Transfer Credits
    What can count towards their degree and what will not.