Graduate Council

Graduate Council is a standing committee composed of administrators, faculty, and students that was created through Faculty Senate. It meets monthly to review, coordinate, and serve as an advocate for graduate education at Ohio University. The council has both advisory and policy making responsibilities for graduate education.

The Council initiates, reviews, and recommends university-wide policy and new directions for graduate education. Graduate education issues that also involve an international component should contact the University International Council.

The Graduate Council also recommends to the University Curriculum Council the initiation, implementation, and elimination of graduate programs and degrees at Ohio University. Other recommendations by the council go through the Provost to the President for final approval. The composition of the Graduate Council represents departments and schools that grant master's degrees and that award doctoral degrees.  See below for the meeting schedule.  

Email any of the members if you have suggestions or questions for the Ohio University Graduate Council.