Program of Study and Committee (POSC) Form
All graduate students are to submit the appropriate forms, including the Degree Planning Sheet (DPS) approved and signed by their selected major professor, other required POS documentation, and the online POSC Form in AccessPlus by the following deadlines in the appropriate semester according to your program level outlined below:
October 2, 2017—Fall 2017
February 6, 2018—Spring 2018
- 2nd semester of coursework for MA program graduate assistants (GAs); non-GA MA students upon completion of 9 POS credit hours
- 4th semester of coursework for MFA program graduate assistants (GAs); non-GA MFA students upon completion of 27 POS credit hours
- 5th semester of coursework for PhD program graduate assistants (GAs); non-GA PhD students upon completion of 36 POS credit hours
Experimental Course Proposals
Deadline for SPRING 2019 Proposed Course Offering—October 2, 2017
Deadline for FALL 2019 Proposed Course Offering—March 1, 2018
The Graduate Studies Committee reviews all proposals prior to submission to the LAS Curriculum Committee (LASCC) and the Graduate College Curriculum Committee (GCCC) for consideration. We need this amount of lead time in order to get these through all approvals and into the Schedule of Classes for the appropriate semester. The Experimental Course Proposal process is an electronic system called CIMX (https://nextcatalog.registrar.iastate.edu/cimx/).
Please let Teresa Smiley, Graduate Program Staff Assistant, know you have completed a submission and the course number you are proposing (email@example.com). If you have any questions about a course proposal, please contact the DOGE, Linda Shenk,(firstname.lastname@example.org; 294-6972).
Graduate Assistantship Applications for 2018-19 (current student requests for new appointments, reassignments, and extensions)
(If you currently have a graduate assistantship with the English Department and have remaining semesters of eligibility according to your current Letter of Intent which ends May 15, 2018, you do not have to reapply.)
Deadline—February 15, 2018
Research and Teaching Excellence Award (REA/TEA) Nominations
All nomination and student documents are due by 12:00 midnight on the announced deadlines below.
|Semester||Research Excellence||Teaching Excellence|
|Fall 2017||October 23||Nominations spring only|
|Spring 2018||March 5||March 5|
|Summer 2018||April 23||Nominations spring only|
PHD PROGRAM DEADLINES
ALT Examinations Committee
Gulbahar Beckett (email@example.com) LA 101 (Co-chair)
Evgeny Chukharev-Khudilaynen (firstname.lastname@example.org) 351 Ross (Co-chair)
Elena Cotos (email@example.com) 317 Ross
James Ranalli (firstname.lastname@example.org) 319 Ross
RPC Examinations Committee
PhD Portfolio Submissions
All portfolios are due by 12:00 Noon on the announced deadlines below.
|Fall 2017||Spring 2018|
|ALT (4th sem)||not applicable (N/A)||1st submission / January 8
2nd submission / March 26
|RPC (3rd sem; 4th sem if admitted with bachelor's degree)||October 20||February 16|
PhD Annual Reviews
All ALT and RPC doctoral students must complete Annual Reviews each year by the following deadlines according to the procedures and forms found at procedures and forms.
|ALT||April 6, 2018|
|RPC||April 30, 2018|
RPC Potential Comprehensive Written Examinations Questions Submission
Deadlines for examination questions to be submitted electronically to the RPC Examinations Committee chair are the first Monday of the following months (September, November, February, and April) unless the chair announces otherwise:
- September 5, 2017 (Tuesday because Monday is a Holiday)
- November 6, 2017
- February 5, 2018
- April 2, 2018
If you have questions, please contact members of the 2017-18 RPC Examinations Committee.