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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. Graduate Student Handbook
    The graduate student handbook serves as your main resource and guide throughout your graduate career. The guide includes university information, policies, requirements and resources.
    http://www.students.graduate.ucf.edu/Graduate_Student_Handbook/
  3. Preparing for Graduation
    Steps to preparing for graduation for doctoral and master's students. 
    http://www.students.graduate.ucf.edu/graduation_prep/
  4. Request Program Information
    For more information and email updates about graduate study opportunities at UCF.
    http://www.students.graduate.ucf.edu/page.aspx?pageid=2948
  5. Succeeding in Graduate School
    If you experience problems that you are unable to solve on your own and do not know where to go for help, please come to the Graduate College for assistance.
    http://www.students.graduate.ucf.edu/success/

 

 
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