As a graduate student, it is important to be familiar with all of Southeast's Graduate School policies.
Visit the Graduate Student Forms page for useful links designed to assist graduate students during the process of fulfilling graduate requirements and graduate policies.
Visit the Graduate School Bulletin page for detailed information about the following key policies.
- All required admission documents must be on file in the Graduate School office prior to regular admission.
- Any grade of "F" must be repeated. (Graduate School policy).
- Dual enrollment courses (courses with both undergraduate and graduate students enrolled) cannot be repeated for graduate credit if they appear on the student’s undergraduate transcript. (Graduate School policy).
- The Graduation Intent Form is due before the semester you intend to graduate. View a list of deadlines for the current academic year.
- The maximum time a student may hold an assistantship is four regular semesters, with the possibility of special arrangements for summer sessions. (Graduate School policy).
- Independent studies “may not,” except in “unusual” cases, “duplicate an existing course.” (Graduate School policy). .
- Only 9 graduate credits may be transferred from another institution to your Southeast Graduate Program. If not enrolled in a regular course during the semester when you enroll in GR698 Masters Final Comprehensive Exam or GR699 Masters Oral Examination, you will be charged a min9mum enrollment fee equivalent to the incidental fee for on graduate credit hour.
- A grade point average of 3.0 or higher on a scale of 4.0 in all graduate work taken is required for a degree. A student who accumulates 6 or more hours of graduate credit in which a grade of “C” is earned may not continue in a graduate degree program until obtaining the written approval from the appropriate college/department/program official(s) and the Dean of the School of Graduate Studies. (Graduate School policy). .
- A student who receives a failing grade (‘F’) in a graduate course may not continue in a graduate program until obtaining the written approval from the appropriate college/department/program official(s) and the Dean of the School of Graduate Studies. Failure to follow this procedure will result in suspension from the graduate school. To be removed from academic probationary status, the student must successfully retake the failed course and have a cumulative grade point average of 3.0 or higher. (Graduate School policy). .