Graduate Student Resources

omapLEHE Site

East Carolina University’s Literacy Studies, English Education, & History Education Website

Graduate School Site

East Carolina University’s Graduate School Website has tons of information about grad school policies, deadlines, and procedures.

Graduate Catalog

East Carolina University’s Graduate Catalog contains information about academic forms and policies, degrees and certificates, courses, etc.

Graduate Certificate/Licensure Programs

This document details certificate and licensure programs available for graduate students to take, as well as who to contact about the program, and the advantages of being certified or licensed in a certain area.

Academic Calendar

Keep up-to-date on current academic dates and deadlines.

University Writing Center

The University Writing Center provides students with free writing consultations in which a consultant will work closely with students on specific writing skills. Face-to-face and virtual appointments are available.

Teaching Resources Center

While you are a graduate student at East Carolina University, Joyner Library’s Teaching Resources Center will be happy to assist you. Graduate and distance education students have access to the same materials and services undergraduates and on-campus students do, but there are also special services just for you!

The ScholarShip

ScholarShip is ECU’s Institutional Repository. ScholarShip allows you to submit your work and view the work of others.

Research & Creative Achievement Week

ECU Research and Creative Achievement Week provides students with an excellent opportunity to practice their presentation skills and meet other creative scholars at ECU with similar interests.UNDERGRADUATE and GRADUATE students, and POSTDOCTORAL scholars (you must be a current East Carolina University student or postdoctoral scholar to submit an abstract) are invited to present their research to fellow students, colleagues, faculty, and the local community in a professional, conference-style setting.  We define research as an original systematic investigation and/or original creative activity designed to develop or contribute to generalizable knowledge or culture.