Associate Provost for Academic Programs and Dean of the Graduate College: David K. Holger

The Graduate College is responsible for more than 140 distinct programs across the entire spectrum of the university’s schools and colleges, including interdisciplinary and certificate programs, as well as for coordinating academic programming between the university’s undergraduate and graduate divisions.

History
The Graduate College was founded in 1916 to support graduate study in the university's land-grant areas of agriculture, engineering, home economics and veterinary science.

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Bioinformatics and Computational Biology

Center for Communication Excellence

CIRTL Reports

Graduate College Reports

Graduate Theses and Dissertations

Immunobiology

Interdepartmental Graduate Programs

Interdisciplinary Theses and Dissertations

Molecular, Cellular, and Developmental Biology

Neuroscience

Sustainable Agriculture Graduate Program