Below are links to helpful information for current graduate students.
Advisory Committee: Information on how to set up your advisory committee for an M.A. or Ph.D. program.
Plan of Study: Instructions on filling out the Plan of Study, which must be submitted at the end of your first year.
Travel Reimbursement Information: Travel reimbursement through the department.
PROMISE Awards: How to apply for the College of Liberal Arts' conference travel and research grants.
Linguistics Graduate Manual: PDF format of the most recent graduate manual.
Ph.D. Annual Review Form: To be turned in at the end of each academic year.
Purdue Linguistics on YouTube: Our page for recorded guest speakers, talks and interesting videos.
Degree Requirements: detailed explanation of the requirements for an M.A. and a Ph.D.
Graduate School Funding: the website for Purdue's graduate funding opportunities.
Graduation Deadline Calendar: Important deadlines to remember when planning.
Graduate School Thesis/Dissertation Office: Guidelines and rules for formatting your thesis and/or dissertation.
For grad students teaching Linguistics 201 or other Linguistics courses, Professor Niepokuj has organized a Google Drive of Teaching Resources.