Important FYI (messages below) for anyone who still needs to enroll in HIST 999 Doctoral Dissertation Research (after you’ve advanced to candidacy) for fall - You’ll need to send an email request for the CRN to [log in to unmask] (be sure to include your name, G number, instructor and number of credits you wish to take. Note that you’ll choose the number of credits you wish to enroll into via a drop down menu in the registration screen in PatriotWeb once you get the CRN from the Dean’s office).
In addition, if you’ve already reached 15 credits of HIST 999 and will be continuing with just 1 credit, you’ll need to be sure and submit the attached Doctoral Dissertation Research Full-Time Equivalent Status form so that your student record will retain its full-time status (important for those whose student loan requirements stipulate full-time status).
If you need the CRN to enroll into HIST 998 Doctoral Dissertation Proposal (before you’ve advanced to candidacy), please let me know (include your instructor) and I’ll be able to provide that for you.
Lastly, if you need to enroll in any of the following courses for fall, please be sure and let me know as I handle getting these course sections opened for students:
Practicum in Digital History – Individualized Section (HIST 795) – Please provide instructor of record and number of credits
Directed Readings – Individualized Section (HIST 796) – Please provide reading topic, instructor of record and number of credits
Major Field Readings – Individualized Section (HIST 803) – Please provide reading topic, instructor of record and number of credits
Minor Field Readings – Individualized Section (HIST 804) – Please provide reading topic, instructor of record and number of credits
Thanks very much,
Emily Gibson | Graduate Coordinator
History and Art History | College of Humanities and Social Sciences
4400 University Drive, MS 3G1 | Robinson Hall B, Room B354 | Fairfax, VA 22030
phone: 703.993.1248 | fax: 703.993.1251 | email: [log in to unmask] | web: http://historyarthistory.gmu.edu/
office hours: 8:30am-5:00pm, Monday-Friday
Tuesday, September 4th is the last day to add for fall ’18 semester. If you have not requested the dissertation code (999), please do so immediately.
No one will be available after 2:00 PM on Thursday, August 30th or all day on Friday, August 31st to provide the code. Monday, September 3rd is a holiday and the office will be closed.
If you have advanced to candidacy and not requested the 999 code for fall ’18 semester, please do so immediately.
Classes begin on Monday, August 27th and if you are not enrolled prior to the start of classes, you may be subject to a non-refundable late fee.
Please request the code from email account [log in to unmask].
If you have already request the code and are enrolled for fall semester, thank you.
Assistant Director, Graduate Academic Affairs