Graduate Student Resources
- TGS Academic Calendar
- Northwestern Academic Calendar
- The Whole Hooey
- Guide to Negotiating the Scope of the Special Fields Paper
- Off-Campus Life Office
- Graduate Student Travel Policies and Resources
- TGS Permission to Work form
Sociology graduate students who plan to use their yearly allotment of funds (see Whole Hooey for full description), are asked to fill out the following Sociology Graduate Student Conference Travel Notification Form as soon as they hear that they will be giving a talk or presenting at a conference.
The Department uses Northwestern Box to distribute information on various topics such as reimbursements, paying transcribers, etc… Current students with an active NetID are eligible to register for a Northwestern Box storage account. After logging in with a NetID and Net ID password, users will need to agree to the terms of service and follow proper computing guidelines.
Graduate student organizations
News and events
Active resource, allowing interested groups (faculty, alumni, grads to get together).
A number of discipline-based organizations and special interest groups. There are nine major graduate student associations serving students on the Evanston and Chicago campuses.
The Graduate School serves as a gateway to programming and resources that exist across campus, in addition to providing direct services (workshops, speakers, etc…).