Graduate Orientation - College of Education

Report
Graduate Student
Orientation
2014-2015
Contact Us
Online
www.education.ucf.edu/gradaffairs
Email
[email protected]
Call
(407) 823-5369
Visit
UCF Main Campus
Education Complex Building
Suite115
Mail
Graduate Affairs Office
PO Box 161250
Orlando, FL 32816-1250
What You Need to Know About Your…
College’s Design
Advising Tools
College Resources
Online Resources
Program Policies
Your College’s Design
College Buildings
Campus Map
College Buildings
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Garage
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Education
Complex
College Design
College Deans
Sandra L. Robinson, PhD
Dean
B. Grant Hayes, PhD
Professor & Executive
Associate Dean for
Academic Affairs
Andrew Daire, PhD
Professor & Associate
Dean for Research
College Design
Departments and Programs
Child Family & Community Sciences
Website: education.ucf.edu/cfcs
Education and Human Sciences
Website: education.ucf.edu/ehs
School of Teaching, Learning, & Leadership
Website: education.ucf.edu/stll
Your Advising Tools
Advising Tools
Program of Study (POS)
Where can I find a
POS template?
• From your program advisor or the Graduate
Affairs office.
When is my POS
due?
• Masters & Specialist students - by the end of
the 2nd major term
• Doctoral students - by the end of the 3rd major
term
What Should I
Include in my
Program of Study?
• Include all courses completed and currently enrolled.
Also include future courses required for your program.
• Include the semester and year of each course.
• Include the grade earned in each course.
• Submit to Graduate Affairs in ED 115.
Advising Tools
Graduate Plan of Study (GPS) Report
Where Can I Find
My GPS Report?
• Log in to your MyUCF with your PID & password
• Look for the icon below on your screen.
• Click on Graduate Plan of Study to generate your
report
What Should I Look
For?
When Should I
Check my GPS
Report?
• At least once each semester.
What is the
purpose of my GPS
Report?
• To track your progress in your program.
Your College Resources
Resources in the College
Kysilka Graduate Student Study
• Location:
Education Complex
Room ED 120
• Closed for University holidays and
semester breaks
• Entry by access code that changes each
semester - Visit the Graduate Affairs
Office for access code.
• 4 computer stations available that
include SPSS Statistical software
Resources in the College
Curriculum Materials Center (CMC)
• Location:
Education Complex
Room ED 161
• Operating Hours:
Monday – Thursday 7:45 a.m. – 9:00 p.m.
Friday
7:45 a.m. – 5:00 p.m.
Saturday
8:00 a.m. – 5:00 p.m.
Closed on Sundays, University holidays, and
during semester breaks
• Graduate Students are allowed longer
check-out times
• Scanners, DVD/CD Burners, Laminating
Machine, and Die Cuts available. Printing
and photocopying available for a fee.
Resources in the College
CASTLE Lab - Computing & Statistical
Technology Lab in Education
• Location:
Teaching Academy
Room TA 305
• Operating Hours:
Tuesday 9:00 a.m. – 12:00 noon
Wednesday 1:00 p.m. – 5:00 p.m.
Thursday 9:00 a.m. – 12:00 noon
• Statistical software available:
SPSS
Multilog
SAS
Mplus
AMOS
Nvivo
LISREL
Your Online Resources
Online Resources
Useful Websites
Visit the College
of Education &
Human
Performance
Visit
Graduate Affairs
online
Access
programs
Access
commonly used
forms
Online Resources
MyUCF Portal
Your personalized UCF account that includes:
Current and future course registration
Graduate Plan of Study
Enrollment appointment
Holds
To Do List
Class schedule
Financial Aid
Intent to Graduate
Online Resources
UCF Academic Calendar
Find important dates about
Registration Dates
Class Start Dates
Class End Dates
Payment Deadlines
Final Exam Dates
Thesis & Dissertation Deadlines
Financial Aid
Commencement Ceremony Dates
Your Program Policies
Top 5 Policies
Please visit the Graduate Catalog for a complete list of policies
TRANSFER CREDITS
No more than a total
of 9 external
semester hours will
transfer into your
UCF graduate
program.
Internal transfer
credits may not
exceed 50% of the
program
requirements.
TRAVELING SCHOLAR
Written permission is required from your faculty
advisor to take courses at other institutions while
enrolled in your graduate program. An official
transcript must be submitted to the College of
Graduate Studies for transfer credit. Only courses
with a grade of “B-“ or higher may be transferred
into a program of study.
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Tell us!
Email: [email protected]
Graduate Student Orientation Survey

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