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   * Take note of the [[https://​grad.ucdavis.edu/​sites/​default/​files/​upload/​files/​current-students/​academic-calendar.pdf|filing deadlines]]. They recommend completing your dissertation in time to give it to your committee for review at the beginning of the quarter in which you intend to graduate. In most cases, your committee probably won't need that much time, but you should check in with your committee members well in advance to make sure they'​ll be around when you need them.   * Take note of the [[https://​grad.ucdavis.edu/​sites/​default/​files/​upload/​files/​current-students/​academic-calendar.pdf|filing deadlines]]. They recommend completing your dissertation in time to give it to your committee for review at the beginning of the quarter in which you intend to graduate. In most cases, your committee probably won't need that much time, but you should check in with your committee members well in advance to make sure they'​ll be around when you need them.
   * Once your committee members have signed your dissertation'​s title page, you can file your dissertation electronically (see the Grad Studies website linked above for the specific instructions). The Grad Studies office will review it to make sure that it is formatted correctly and let you know if any corrections need to be made. They will then inform you when your dissertation has been approved, after which time no further changes are allowed.   * Once your committee members have signed your dissertation'​s title page, you can file your dissertation electronically (see the Grad Studies website linked above for the specific instructions). The Grad Studies office will review it to make sure that it is formatted correctly and let you know if any corrections need to be made. They will then inform you when your dissertation has been approved, after which time no further changes are allowed.
-  * The final step is to make an appointment with the [[https://​grad.ucdavis.edu/​about-us/​contact-us/​graduate-senior-academic-advisors|Senior Academic Advisor]] for Mathematics and Applied Mathematics (as of Spring 2019, this is [[mailto:​bwolf@ucdavis.edu|Brad Wolf]]). This appointment can't take place until **at least two business days** after you file your dissertation online. The purpose of this appointment is to file the remaining paperwork and receive an official letter confirming your degree. ​+  * The final step is to make an appointment with the [[https://​grad.ucdavis.edu/​about-us/​contact-us/​graduate-senior-academic-advisors|Senior Academic Advisor]] for Mathematics and Applied Mathematics (as of Spring 2019, this is [[mailto:​bwolf@ucdavis.edu|Brad Wolf]]). This appointment can't take place until **at least two business days** after you file your dissertation online ​(and it must have been approved). The purpose of this appointment is to file the remaining paperwork and receive an official letter confirming your degree. ​
    
 As of Spring 2019, the documents you will need to bring are as follows (see the official checklist [[https://​grad.ucdavis.edu/​sites/​default/​files/​upload/​users/​gs303_doctoraldegreecompletionlist.pdf|here]]).  ​ As of Spring 2019, the documents you will need to bring are as follows (see the official checklist [[https://​grad.ucdavis.edu/​sites/​default/​files/​upload/​users/​gs303_doctoraldegreecompletionlist.pdf|here]]).  ​
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