Finishing UROP Project
Final Report Steps
Students who have completed or are nearing completion of their UROP projects need to submit a final report as that is a condition of your UROP award. Information you provide is helpful to continue to improve the program. Preparing this report also benefits you in assessing the outcomes of your apprenticeship.
The following items are required for your final report to be complete:
Helpful tips for completion:
- When writing your summary, write with the general audience in mind who may not be familiar with your particular field.
- You may include other materials in addition to your report (for example a published paper or final report written in conjunction with your faculty sponsor or other researchers), but these should not take the place of your summary.
- We may want to quote excerpts from your final report to share with others as part of publicity for the program. If you prefer that your name not be used, please let us know.
- Please complete the evaluation and your final report as soon as possible after completing your project. Because these are essential components of your award, failure to file the narrative report and evaluation form jeopardizes any future applications you submit for UROP funding.
UROP Extension Requests
Extensions are given on a one-time basis for up to one semester only. Students may not extend grants beyond the last day of final exams in the semester of graduation.