Graduate Student Bill of Rights and Responsibilities

The Graduate Student Bill of Rights and Responsibilities represents the mutually agreeable perspectives of graduate students via the PGSG, Graduate School administration, graduate faculty via the Graduate Council, and faculty at large via the University Senate. The project has been reviewed by the Board of Trustees, President, Provost, Legal Counsel, Vice Provost for Student Life, Dean of Students, and Associate Dean for Student Rights and Responsibilities. As such, while the GSBoRR does not represent a set of enforceable rules, it is a solid foundation that informs graduate students and empowers them to identify situations in which they should seek advice and advocate for themselves. 

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