AS SEAS current students navigate graduate school at the University of Michigan, it is important they are given the tools and resources to make the best decisions for themselves.Below are resources to help you complete your degree and make the most of your time at SEAS.Much of this content is provided by the Office of Academic Programs, specifically the School Registrar, email@example.com. Please reach out of we can provide further assistance.
- Behavior, Education, and Communication
- Conservation Ecology
- Environmental Informatics
- Environmental Justice
- Environmental Policy and Planning
- Sustainable Systems
- Landscape Architecture (Three year program)
- Landscape Architecture (Two year program)
Forms + Handbooks
- Change of Faculty Advisor or Field of Study Form
- EAS 538 Statistics Replacement List
- Independent Study Request Form
- Petition to Substitute or Waive Degree Requirement
- Request Industrial Ecology Experiential Learning Credit
- Master’s Projects Handbook
- Full list of forms, policies, handbooks
- Duty to Report
- Institutional Review Board (IRB) Approval for Human Subjects
- Grievance and Appeal Procedures
- Rackham Academic and Professional Integrity Policy
- Sexual Misconduct Reporting and Resources
- U-M Statement of Student Rights and Responsibilities
Select financial assistance for incoming and continuing students is available directly from SEAS. Additional fellowships are available through the Rackham Graduate School and other units within the University of Michigan. Interested students may also apply for external funding, including student loans.
Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion
Diversity, equity, and inclusion (DEI) is central to our mission to ensure that each member of our community has full opportunity to thrive in our environment, for we believe that diversity is key to individual and societal success, educational excellence and the advancement of knowledge.
Learn more about DEI at SEAS.