Graduate: Application for Advancement to Candidacy and Graduation

Department: 
Graduate Studies
Format: 
PDF

Step 1. Complete the Candidacy Attachment A: Proposed Graduate Course List. Save the fillable form in case you need to make corrections. Print as a static pdf. You will need to attach the static pdf in Adobe Sign.

If your culminating experience is a comprehensive exam go to step 3.

Step 2. If your culminating experience is a project or thesis, complete the Candidacy Attachment B: Project/Thesis Description. Save the fillable form in case you need to make corrections. Print as a static pdf. You will need to attach the static pdf in Adobe Sign. If you plan to use animals or humans in research, you must obtain approval to do so BEFORE filing for candidacy. You will need to attach IRB/IACUC documentation (if applicable) in Adobe Sign.

Step 3. Pay the graduation processing fee. Payments can be made online through your student center account via myHumboldt or through CASHNet Electronic Payments. See Make a payment on the Student Financial Services Website for instruction and additional options. Keep your receipt number. You will enter the number in Adobe Sign.

Step 4. Select the appropriate Application for Advancement to Candidacy form & Adobe Sign workflow,  based on your type of culminating experience. All forms MUST be submitted using one of these established workflows.

Step 5. Select “Continue with Google.

Step 6. Enter username emails as directed. You must enter the emails in the correct field for your form to route correctly.

IMPORTANT: Your form cannot be edited once you sign and submit. Please make sure all information is filled out correctly! If there is an error on your form, you will have to resubmit.

 

Routing Instructions: 

This form uses Adobe Sign for routing and approval signatures. See Instructions for using Adobe Sign (for Students)

Use the Adobe Sign Directory to find Humboldt username emails for everyone who needs to sign your form. You will be asked to enter these emails before initiating the form. 

 

 

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