The College of Graduate Studies offers the following
training to assist graduate program directors and their staff. The training
sessions review graduate policies and procedures, resources and services, as
well as systems (PeopleSoft, GradInfo, GWIS, DocView, etc.) available to you.
Please enroll in the training appropriate for your
responsibilities as soon as possible. If you need help deciding what to take,
contact one of the College of Graduate Studies staff listed below.
DocView access must be specifically requested by your
department as annual usage fees are involved. To request a new DocView account,
please visit http://www.cst.ucf.edu/about/enterprise-application-development/about-enterprise-imaging-systems/.
For online courses, register through myUCF > Employee
- Log on to the myUCF portal (https://my.ucf.edu) using your UCF ID and
- Select Employee Self Service on the myUCF menu.
- Select Learning Development.
- Select Request Training Enrollment.
- Search via one of the four methods and enroll.
(SR100W, offered online): This course is a prerequisite for College of
Graduate Studies training. Sign up on myUCF > Employee Self-Service for the SR100W course. More information about
FERPA can be found at http://registrar.ucf.edu/ferpa.
(PSC001, offered online): This course is a prerequisite for College of Graduate
Studies training. Sign up on myUCF > Employee Self-Service for the PSC001 course.
Admissions Training (GRA001,
offered twice a month): Sign up on myUCF > Employee Self-Service for the GRA001 course. If the pre-scheduled trainings conflict with
your schedule, please contact Brandy Pieper (Brandy.Pieper@ucf.edu)
for other options.
Academic Progress, and Graduation Training (GRD001, offered twice a month): Sign
up on myUCF > Employee Self-Service for the GRD001 course. If the
pre-scheduled trainings conflict with your schedule, please contact Jessica
for other options.
Training (individualized training, approximately 1.5 hours): Please contact
Dr. Jennifer Parham (Jennifer.Parham@ucf.edu)
to arrange a meeting.
Catalog/Handbook Review (an annual process): Training occurs in
December and January of each year. To receive access to make edits to your
Graduate Catalog or Handbook, please contact Carreen Krapf (firstname.lastname@example.org) with your NID, birthdate
and the list of programs for which you need access. Carreen will provide you
with training materials until the annual training occurs in winter.
Dissertation Policies and Procedures: Please see the Advising
Thesis and Dissertation Students section of the Graduate Guide for
information regarding thesis and dissertation policies and procedures. Thesis and
dissertation questions can also be sent to Nathalia Bauer (email@example.com).
Curriculum Committee: In Fall and Spring semesters, this committee reviews
and makes decisions on requests for new tracks, certificates, courses, special
topics, and requests for modifications or deletions to any of these
programs. Please refer to www.graduatecouncil.ucf.edu
for more information.