Below are commonly used forms during your graduate study in Molecular & Environmental Toxicology. Most of these forms are listed as “Valuable Forms” in Chapter I of the program handbook and referenced throughout the rest of that document.

Graduate Handbook
Document designed for students to understand the workings of the program and the expectations contained therein. This is the place to look for answers to many program questions.

Incoming Student Checklist
This form provides a checklist for tasks that incoming students should perform, as well as information about seeking and accepting rotation spots.

Certification Form (due by end of 2nd Semester, 1st Year)
This form will provide the office with a guide of your academic background and didactic course plan for your graduate studies.

Research Advisory Committee Form (due by end of 2nd Semester, 1st Year)
This form will indicate which faculty members will serve as your committee, evaluating your progress throughout your career.

MET Thesis Committee Meeting Report Form (due after each committee meeting)
This “living” document will report on your progress, both on your laboratory project and professional development, and provide both you and your committee documentation about expectations that have been set as achievement benchmarks between committee meetings.

Completing Your Doctoral Degree (Graduate School)

Explains requirements and processes related to degree requirements, preliminary examinations, dissertation defenses, graduation, and depositing your dissertation.

Completing Your Master’s Degree (Graduate School)

This webpage describes steps to completing a master’s degree at UW–Madison.

Seminar Absence Policy/Reporting Form

This document describes the MET seminar absence policy and links to the form used to report that you anticipate more than 3 seminar absences.

Research Advisory Committee Form (Updates)
If your advisory committee member(s) change, fill out this form and turn it in to the program manager (

Minor Agreement Form
Form to be filled out by non-MET UW-Madison graduate students interested in pursuing a graduate minor in Molecular and Environmental Toxicology.