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  1. Advising and Mentoring
    Advising and mentoring are two very important elements in a graduate student’s career, and it is essential that appropriate advising, supervision and mentoring be provided to students as soon as they begin the program.
    http://www.students.graduate.ucf.edu/advising_mentoring/
  2. Completing Your ETD
    An overview of the steps to take to ensure you have met your ETD requirements.
    http://www.students.graduate.ucf.edu/ETD_process/
  3. Formatting the ETD
    Step-by-step instructions to formatting your Thesis or Dissertation. Additional resources including sample ETD and videos and more.
    http://www.students.graduate.ucf.edu/ETD_formatting/
  4. Preparing for Graduation
    Steps to preparing for graduation for doctoral and master's students. 
    http://www.students.graduate.ucf.edu/graduation_prep/
  5. Program Requirements
    The essential, basic information about your program can be found in the Graduate Catalog on your program's page.
    http://www.students.graduate.ucf.edu/program_requirements/

 

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