Personal leave for other reasons may be granted for up to one year with the approval of the Graduate Dean, but it does not automatically change the time limit.Additional requirements for return may be imposed by the Graduate Dean.Students who entered the program in Fall 1993 or more recently and who have not graduated within five years of their first term on dissertation tuition, will be required to resubmit their Dissertation proposals to the GEC for re-evaluation and reapproval, in order to ensure that their dissertation work continues to satisfy current scholarly standards.
The form is now available online: https://upenn.edu/degree/ Such students should prepare their Progress Reports in consultation with their dissertation advisors, since the advisors will be asked to verify the student's good progress toward degree.
Dissertation Progress Report forms are available in PDF format here.
All students are expected to complete their dissertations by the end of the sixth year of study.
In accordance with the Provost's Academic Rules for Ph.
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