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  1. Assistantships
    Graduate students often have assistantships in their graduate program or department. These appointments offer opportunities for students to engage in research, teaching, and other projects during their graduate study.
    http://www.admissions.graduate.ucf.edu/funding/assistantships/
  2. Funding
    A majority of graduate students receive some form of financial support during their graduate study.
    http://www.admissions.graduate.ucf.edu/funding/
  3. Preparing for Graduate School
    Some items to consider as you prepare for Graduate School.
    http://www.admissions.graduate.ucf.edu/about_ucf/preparing_for_graduate_school/
  4. Puerto Rico Educational Relief
    UCF’s College of Graduate Studies is committed to assisting current and prospective graduate students who have been impacted by the devastation in Puerto Rico (PR) from Hurricane Maria.  Our thoughts are with the families and communities who have experienced loss
    http://www.admissions.graduate.ucf.edu/Puerto_Rico_Educational_Relief/
  5. Residency for Tuition
    Useful information about residency in the state of Florida. 
    http://www.admissions.graduate.ucf.edu/Residency/
  6. Tuition Remission
    UCF pays tuition support for qualifying assistantship and university fellowship students as part of their financial packages.
    http://www.admissions.graduate.ucf.edu/funding/Tuition_Remission/
  7. UCF Graduate Fellowships
    UCF offers competitive fellowship financial packages for exceptional graduate students.
    http://funding.graduate.ucf.edu/fellowships/
  8. UCF Undergraduates
    undergraduates who meet eligibility requirements may enroll in UCF graduate courses and use them toward their undergraduate degree and their graduate program of study upon admission to a UCF graduate program.
    http://www.admissions.graduate.ucf.edu/about_ucf/ucf_undergraduates/

 

The University of Central Florida is accredited by the Southern Association of Colleges and Schools Commission on Colleges (SACSCOC) to award degrees at the associate, baccalaureate, master’s, specialist, and doctoral levels. Contact the Commission on Colleges at 1866 Southern Lane, Decatur, Georgia 30033-4097 or call (404) 679-4500 for questions about the accreditation of the University of Central Florida.

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