Important Documents

Please view the frequently requested documents below.  For additional documents and forms, contact the Aging Studies Academic Program Office at or call 657-278-7057.


MSG Handbook

The most important document an MSG student can use is the MSG HandbookOpens in new window . The handbook contains important information about common procedures and practices of being an MSG student, faculty research and contact info, a list of accepted MSG electives, among other things. The MSG Handbook is edited every year so that students can have the most up to date information possible.


Study Plan

Study Plans have been discontinued by the Graduate Studies Office and are no longer required to complete your degree. However, it is highly recommended that you review your schedule of classes with our advisor, Karen Wong,Opens in new window to ensure that you complete your degree in a timely manner.


AGNG Course Applications

These electronic forms require a hand-written signature.

AGNG 595 (Internship) ApplicationPDF File Opens in new window

AGNG 599 (Independent Study) ApplicationPDF File Opens in new window


Other Documents & Resources

Aging Studies Faculty ResearchPDF File Opens in new window

Leave Of Absence Request, Petition For Excess Units, & moreOpens in new window


For information about incomplete grades, please see the University Grading Policies.Opens in new window

For more information about academic policies, please see Graduate Studies Policies and ProceduresOpens in new window .