From orientation to graduation, the JKSIS Office of Academic and Student Affairs can support you in managing the many demands of student life. By partnering with students, our dedicated staff can help you develop and refine academic plans in conjunction with degree directors, navigate processes, understand and comply with important University policies, and get connected to the resources that allow you to excel academically and thrive personally while on campus.
Graduate Student Affairs serves our MA and PhD candidates, while Undergraduate Student Affairs serves our BA candidates. For BA program resources, please visit: https://portfolio.du.edu/baints
For information about the programs and services that are available for current students on the greater DU campus, please visit: http://www.du.edu/currentstudents/.
For questions regarding binding your dissertation, contact Graduate Studies at firstname.lastname@example.org or 871-2305.
JKSIS has many lockers available (located on the 2nd floor) to students and student groups. In order to reserve a locker, please email or speak to Student Services directly (BMC 101). A deposit of $20 is required to reserve a locker.
Graduate Policy Manual 2014-2015
Graduate Conference Funding
The Korbel Graduate Student Association (KGSA) and the Graduate Student Government (GSG) have a limited number of funds available to support students presenting at conferences.
The Office of Career and Professional Development manages internship funding support. For details, visit the OCPD Portfolio Page.
Language Study Funding
There is a limited amount of funding available to support student language study abroad.
For an overview of the fund, eligibility, and requirements, please read this document:
To apply for language funding, please complete the survey.