Graduate Faculty status affords the privilege to interact with students as a member of the KSU Graduate Faculty. You must obtain Graduate Faculty status to be eligible to teach graduate courses and participate on graduate student committees. Please note that Graduate Faculty status is not related to professorial ranking. There are two levels of Graduate Faculty status:
Associate Graduate Status enables faculty, when appropriate as judged by the department and approved by the dean of the graduate school, to teach specific graduate-level courses, direct master's theses and serve on master's and doctoral examination committees, and serve as co-advisor of doctoral dissertation committees with a senior faculty member who is a full member of the graduate faculty.
Full Graduate Status enables faculty to teach graduate-level courses, chair master's and doctoral examination committees, sit on graduate committees, serve as voting members of the graduate faculty and serve on the Graduate Council and other graduate faculty committees.
Please see the Graduate Faculty Status guidelines for additional information.
To apply for Graduate Faculty status:
To request removal from the Graduate Faculty:
Download the appropriate form:
Current Graduate Faculty status list (by College):
College of Applied Engineering, Sustainability, and Technology
College of Architecture and Environmental Design
College of the Arts
College of Arts and Sciences
College of Business Administration
College of Communication and Information
College of Education, Health, and Human Services
College of Nursing
College of Podiatric Medicine
College of Public Health
For questions related to forms or your status, please contact Monica Teamer in Graduate Studies at 330.672.4712 or firstname.lastname@example.org.