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Interdisciplinary Studies: Graduation

Graduation

Congratulations! If you are looking for information about graduation you must be approaching the end of your program. The College of Graduate Studies website has a complete guide to graduation and commencement that will be helpful in preparing for the culmination of your degree.

Graduate Plan of Study

A few things to be aware of regarding graduation are reviewing your Graduate Plan of Study (GPS) for any degree requirements left to be fulfilled or possible course moves needed to satisfy your requirements. Review your GPS before submitting your intent to graduate to be sure that you are aware of any remaining items.

Intent to Graduate

Your intent to graduate should be filed in the semester preceding the semester or graduation (e.g. If you plan to graduate in Spring 2016 you would file the intent to graduate in Fall 2015). Intents to graduate are filed online through myUCF.

For more information on graduation and commencement, review the following sections:

Preparing for Graduation

Filing Your Intent to Graduate

Commencement


 

 
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