Graduate Orientation Presentations
Incoming Graduate Success Tip:
Meet other students in your program. It may sound trivial, but it is important. The contacts you make here are likely to be some of your lifelong and professional contacts.
Dr. David Bruck, Associate Dean, GS&R
Office of the Registrar
Joni Talley, Associate Registrar, presents information regarding the Registar's Office, important deadlines and how to add a class.
Meg Deiss, University Bursar, discusses tuition payment due dates, payment plans, methods of payment and other services that the Bursar's Office provides including short term loans and international wire transfer options.
Academic Advising and Retention Services
Cindy Kato, Director of Student Success Services, reminds students about the importance of deadlines and the petition process.
Graduate Admissions and Program Evaluations
Diana McDonald, Associate Director of Admissions and Outreach (GAPE) outlines GAPE's responsibilities and provides insight about effective communication with evaluators.
Graduate Studies and Research
Dr. David Bruck, Associate Dean, Graduate Studies and Research, presents an overview of what students can expect throughout their graduate career. Learn about keys to academic success, the life cycle of a graduate student, GWAR course requirements, financial resources and culminating experiences.