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The best ways to stay in touch with graduate education at UCF is to read the e-mails sent to the graduate listservs, attend meetings and training sessions, and contact the College of Graduate Studies anytime you need help.

At the national level, see these sources, among others, to stay in touch. 

Graduate Listservs

The College of Graduate Studies has set up listservs for discussion of graduate issues in the university community. These listservs are also used to make announcements, forward e-mails about graduate issues, and distribute minutes and other documentation for graduate faculty and staff review. 

Before you send a message to a listserv, you must first be a member of the listserv and the e-mail for you on the listserv must be current. If you have more than one e-mail, the e-mail for you on the listserv must be the one you will use to send messages to the group. Please remember that a message sent to one of these listservs is seen by the entire group. If you want a message to go to one person, then you must send it to that person's individual e-mail.

To send a message to a listserv, type the e-mail of the listserv in the To area of the message.

To request changes to a listserv (change e-mail, delete e-mail, add new people, and so on), contact the listserv administrator as identified below.

College Associate Deans (those responsible for oversight of graduate education for their colleges)

  • grdcord@listserv.cc.ucf.edu
  • Includes college graduate coordinators, college deans, and the College of Graduate Studies administration
  • Listserv administrators: Michele Pozdoll (Michele.Pozdoll@ucf.edu

Graduate Program or Departmental Directors

  • progcord@listserv.cc.ucf.edu
  • Includes graduate program directors, department chairs, and the College of Graduate Studies administration
  • Listserv administrators: Michele Pozdoll (Michele.Pozdoll@ucf.edu

Graduate Faculty

  • gradfac@listserv.cc.ucf.edu
  • Includes all graduate faculty for all colleges, centers, departments and the College of Graduate Studies administration
  • This listserv works differently from the other listservs. When a note is sent to this listserv, it goes to Rhonda Nelson first, who approves and forwards the message out to the listserv. This was done in order to monitor the number of emails going to this particular listserv.
  • Listserv administrator: Emily Gerber (Emily.Gerber@ucf.edu

Graduate Staff

  • grdstff@listserv.cc.ucf.edu
  • Includes graduate staff for all colleges and departments as well as the College of Graduate Studies administration
  • Listserv administrator: Michele Pozdoll (Michele.Pozdoll@ucf.edu

Thesis/Dissertation Defense Announcement Listservs 

These listservs are used exclusively for distribution of defense announcements for thesis/dissertation students. Colleges not listed here have other means for distributing these announcements. 

  • College coordinators, program directors or graduate staff send these e-mail announcements for their students.
  • Listserv administrator: Nathalia Bauer (editor@ucf.edu

College of Arts and Humanities

  • td_ah@listserv.cc.ucf.edu
  • Includes CAH dean, all college graduate coordinators, department chairs, program directors and graduate staff, and the College of Graduate Studies thesis/dissertation editor 

College of Education and Human Performance

  • td_educ@listserv.cc.ucf.edu
  • Includes CEHP dean, all college graduate coordinators, department chairs, program directors and graduate staff, and the College of Graduate Studies thesis/dissertation editor 

College of Engineering and Computer Science

  • td_engr@listserv.cc.ucf.edu
  • Includes CECS dean, all college graduate coordinators, department chairs, program directors and graduate staff, and the College of Graduate Studies thesis/dissertation editor 

College of Sciences

  • td_s@listserv.cc.ucf.edu
  • Includes COS dean, all college graduate coordinators, department chairs, program directors and graduate staff, and the College of Graduate Studies thesis/dissertation editor 

College of Graduate Studies Public Websites 

The College of Graduate Studies hosts the following public websites for students, faculty and staff.  

College of Graduate Studies Internal Websites  

  • GradInfo - www.gradinfo.ucf.edu. GradInfo is a secure internal portal for graduate processing and information regarding graduate students. Within the GradInfo portal, there are applications and reporting for graduate programs. Access to GradInfo applications requires training. Please contact the College of Graduate Studies with your training request.

  • DocView (ViewStar) - Accessed within the GradInfo portal or by a direct link, DocView is the university's imaging system. The electronic file of each graduate student is stored in DocView. In DocView faculty and staff can see graduate applications and supporting documents, status change forms, appeals, GTA performance assessments and other funding-related documents, thesis/dissertation approval forms and release option eForms, and other documents kept as part of a student’s permanent file.

  • GWIS - GWIS is an interactive tool used by faculty and staff to review the qualifications of applicants to their program by term. Admission decisions are also entered in GWIS.  

UCF Graduate Summary in PeopleSoft 

Navigation: Grad Custom > UCF Graduate Summary 

The Graduate Summary is the easiest way for faculty and staff to see a student's current academic information, including enrollment/application data, tests & previous education, financial summary, administrative record changes, academic progress (advisory committees, thesis/dissertation status, and program requirements), professional development. 

UCF Graduate Data 

UCF Institutional Knowledge Management
ikm.ucf.edu/ 

UCF College of Graduate Studies, GradInfo > Reports menu

  • Student Demographics
  • Active Students
  • Inactive Students
  • Graduated Students
  • Student Committee Report
  • GTA Reports (GTA Performance Assessments and Eligibility)
  • Program Checklist
  • Integrity Checklist (for doctoral programs)

National Education Statistics

Stipend Survey
gradschool.binghamton.edu/stipendsurvey/default.asp 

Council of Graduate Schools
www.cgsnet.org/ 

National Association of Graduate-Professional Students
www.nagps.org/ 

Carnegie Classification of Institutions of Higher Education
carnegieclassifications.iu.edu/ 

Bureau of Labor Statistics Employment Projections 2012-2022
www.bls.gov/news.release/pdf/ecopro.pdf 

Integrated Postsecondary Education Data System
nces.ed.gov/ipeds/ 

National Research Council, A Data-based Assessment of Research-Doctorate Programs in the United States
www.nae.edu/53780.aspx 

National Science Foundation
www.nsf.gov/ 

WebCASPAR- Integrated Science and Engineering Resources Data System
ncsesdata.nsf.gov/webcaspar/index.jsp;jsessionid=5E97C9A979B0C876DB79490E86A05A38.prodas2?subHeader=WebCASPARHome


 

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