Forest Ecosystems and Society Resources


FES Graduate Program Handbook

Click the link above to access the digital or print versions of the FES Graduate Program Handbook.  The handbook is the go-to reference for everything relating to the FES Graduate Program, including:

  • Program requirements: What they are, when they are due, and how to complete them
  • Admissions: Requirements, procedures, deadlines, and other information for potential students
  • Funding: How to find, apply for, and receive funding at the departmental, college, and University level
  • Academic requirements and policies: Understanding satisfactory progress, continuous enrollment, and leaves of absence
  • People, resources, and support: How your major professor, program administrators, and college and University resources can help you succeed

Please direct questions to Jessica Bagley (FES Graduate Program Coordinator) at or (541)737-6556.


Program Forms & Resources

Students in the FES Program are required to submit a Program of Study form, Learning Outcomes or Competencies, a research proposal* with a signed coversheet, and an annual Assessment of Satisfactory Academic Progress.  Additional paperwork may also be required. Please thoroughly review the FES Graduate Program Handbook and the instructions on the Graduate School website to understand the deadlines and details of your program requirements, and to determine when/if additional paperwork is required.

*Research proposal required for MS/Ph.D, not required (but strongly suggested) for MF.

Competencies / Learning Outcomes:


Final Exam / Thesis Submission


Other Requirements