Graduate Student Resources

Graduate Student Resources

Not a graduate student? Access student resources for continuing education students here

Academic Advising

All graduate students are assigned a faculty advisor to aid in course and career development planning throughout your degree program. Contact your faculty advisor directly for information about office hours.

Annotated Bibliography

The Annotated Bibliography (AB) is a degree requirement (required for graduation) of all Graduate degrees, except Master of Catholic School Leadership, for students beginning coursework in the fall of 2015 or later.

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Meningitis Vaccine Policy

State of Texas Legislation mandates that ALL students under the age of 22 enrolling for the first time at the University or returning from leave of absence must submit evidence of vaccination against bacterial meningitis to the University. For more information, view the Meningitis Vaccine Policy.

Field Education

Internships

Students may pursue an internship or capstone per requirements of their degree plan. Internships and capstones must be approved by the Coordinator of Field Education and planned out in advance of the semester intended to be completed.

Capstone

Registration for the Capstone is recommended for students in their final semester of their degree program. Students must make arrangements and gain approval for registration from the Field Education Coordinator, Dr. Dan Luby.

Capstone Resources:

Forms

Students are encouraged to make use of these forms appropriate to their specific needs and circumstances.  Forms may be submitted electronically, but instructor signatures will still be required. Please make sure all of the individuals involved in the completion of the form have been notified before the form is submitted.

Graduation

Students are eligible to apply for graduation once enrolled in their final degree requirements and have submitted their completed Annotated Bibliography. To apply complete the Graduate Degree Application form.

Fall 2019 degree applications are due Friday, October 4th, 2019!

Registration

Registration Resources

NSOM Course Schedule:

Education Course Rotations:

Curriculum Planning Worksheets

Books for Class

Looking for your class book list? Visit the UD Bookstore website, select the 'Books' tab at the top of the bookstore homepage to search for each course and obtain the required texts for that course.

Student Account Services

Visit the Student Account Services website for information about tuition and fees, payment due dates,  and how to pay online.

 Student Handbook

We invite you to read the 2018-2019 Neuhoff School of Ministry Graduate Student Handbook which attempts to provide for current students a detailed “roadmap” for navigating participation in the Neuhoff School of Ministry. We also know that nothing takes the place of personal conversation and relationships. Students using this Handbook are urged to do so in dialogue with faculty and staff of the Neuhoff School of Ministry.

Writing Lab/Consultant

Onsite Writing Lab

The Writing Lab is located in Braniff 304 and offers individual 30-minute tutoring sessions for all UD students. For information about hours and appointment reservations, visit the Writing Lab webpage.

Online Writing Consultant

To submit your assignment to the online writing consultant, email somwriting@udallas.edu.

Turnaround time for submissions to the SOM writing consultant is four (4)working days (except weekends and holidays). Please see the graduate student handbook for details on how to make use of this free service for all graduate students.

Questions? Contact the Coordinator of Graduate Student Services at 972-265-5814 or at ministry@udallas.edu.

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