Interdisciplinary Studies: Resources
Below is a list of resources that will be helpful to you before and after you arrive to UCF.
The College of Graduate Studies holds one in-person orientation that occurs at the beginning of the fall semester. Students admitted in the spring or summer semesters are welcome to attend this event as well. During the one day event, newly admitted students will learn about academic policies, graduate student resources, and hear from faculty and current graduate students about their experiences.
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.
Graduate Program Handbook
The Graduate Program Handbook describes the details about graduate study and requirements in your specific program.
Graduate Plan of Study (GPS)
The Graduate Plan of Study (GPS) tool is an automated degree audit system that serves to empower students to plan for and track their academic progress.
Graduate Student Center
The Graduate Student Center provides a space for graduate students to gather for professional development, workshops, rehearsal of presentations, final defenses of their thesis or dissertation research, guest lectures and colloquia series, study, and collaborate.
Pathways to Success
This program offers free development opportunities beyond the classroom specifically for graduate students in areas such as Academic Integrity, Graduate Grantsmanship, Graduate Teaching, Personal Development, Professional Development, and Research.