Forms and Resources

Download and complete the appropriate form for your request. Instructions for completion and sending them to the proper department are outlined within the form.

For any questions or concerns, please contact [email protected].

Forms

SEAS-Specific Forms

 

PhD Program Forms

*LaTeX Template: This template is available for graduate student use courtesy of Shankar Kulumani, a SEAS Graduate Student. This template is considered a RESOURCE ONLY by the University for students using LaTeX to write their thesis or dissertation. The template conforms to University and SEAS formatting guidelines as of 5/21/2018. Students should be aware that University Formatting Guidelines may change over time. Please note: The University or The School of Applied Science and Engineering Sciences DOES NOT support or maintain this template.

Office of Registrar Forms
International Services Office (ISO) Forms

COVID-19 Resources

 

SEAS On-Campus Graduate Student Town Hall

Hear from members of the GW and SEAS community, including Dean Lach and Associate Dean Riffat, staff from important offices such as our International Services Office and our Colonial Health Center, and members of our graduate admissions and advising teams about the upcoming semester.

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Success in the Virtual Classroom

Video: Prepairing for your online class

Video: Getting organized during virtual learning

Virtual Study Tips

Plagiarism and Academic Integrity 

Housed within the GW Office of Student Conduct, the Office of Academic Integrity is a GW office dedicated entirely to dealing with cases of academic dishonesty that occur within the University community. If you are accused of cheating or plagiarism, the Office of Academic Integrity would handle all hearing and disciplinary procedures.

Have questions about conducting research, proper citation styles, or more? Ask a GW Research Librarian!  All SEAS students have access to the GW Library and the research assistance its librarians provide.  You can find various style guides at the library and can even schedule a one-on-one consultation with a research librarian.

Staff at the GW Writing Center are available by appointment to assist students through all steps of the writing process, from brainstorming to publication.

The English for Academic Purposes Program offers a variety of online academic, and non-academic, resources geared specifically towards students for whom English is not their first language.