Graduate Orientation Presentations

 Follow the links below to view the embedded videos or view them on our YouTube Channel

 Department Presentations
gape reg bursar
sc counseling gsr



Graduate Admissions and Program Evaluations

Graduate Admissions and Program Evaluations (GAPE) handles procedures related to admissions, and university level program requirements for graduate students.

GAPE Website

GAPE Forms

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Registrar Homepage

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Bursar Homepage

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Student Conduct

Mission Statement

Student Conduct and Ethical Development promotes the growth and development of students while protecting the interests of the larger campus community. 

Through the student conduct process, SCED educates students on their academic, civic, ethical, individual, and social rights and responsibilities as members of the University community. 

Student Conduct and Ethical Development provides programs and services that encourage academic integrity, accountability for one's actions, respect for one's community, and personal development. 

Student Conduct Homepage

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We are here for you! Our personal and educational counselors are here to help you:

    • Identify and accomplish your goals
    • Enhance your personal development and perform better academically
    • Meet your life's challenges
    • Improve your interpersonal relationships

We're friendly, caring, empathic, and understanding. We strive to help you grow! While no issue is too big or small, many tell us that they wish they had come to counseling sooner.

Come on in and start the journey in understanding yourself. We look forward to working with you! Seek counseling and-

Treat yourself and each other well!

Counseling Homepage

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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.

GS&R Website

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Life Cycle of a Grad Student & First Semester

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Academic Success

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