DocuSign electronic forms
Students now have the option of using DocuSign Powerforms. DocuSign is an application designed to collect and manage digital signatures for the Graduate School's forms. Powerforms allow students to complete necessary forms and circulate for signatures 100% digitally.
For each form requiring signatures listed below, there is a PDF version listed below the Powerform version. Before initiating a Powerform, it may be helpful to open the PDF version to use as a guide in completing the Powerform.
Before using Powerforms, please read through the DocuSign instructions to understand how to initiate and complete your form. If you have questions about the process or encounter issues with the DocuSign forms, please contact 775-784-6869 or email at firstname.lastname@example.org.
- Exception to Policy Request DocuSign Powerform
Exception to Policy Request [PDF]
Any application of credits in excess of 9 credits requires an exception to policy to be requested by the Graduate Program Director. This is the template for your submission letter to the Graduate School Dean for an Exception to Policy request.
- Faculty Travel Grants [WEB]
These grants provide travel funding resources for faculty and are processed in cycles throughout the year.
- Recommendation for Termination of Graduate Assistantship DocuSign PowerForm
Recommendation for Termination of Graduate Assistantship Form [PDF]
If a graduate assistant fails to meet pertinent work standards, the Recommendation for Termination of Graduate Assistantship Form must be used to terminate a graduate assistantship appointment and the attendant stipend prior to the end of the GA’s appointed term of service.
- Overload Request DocuSign Powerform
Overload Request [PDF]
An Overload Request form is used when a department wishes to increase the number of hours a student is working.
- Prescribed Program Request Form [PDF]
Applicants for Master’s degree programs with an overall undergraduate GPA between 2.3 and 2.74 may be admitted with a Prescribed Program Request Form.