College of Graduate Studies Site Goes Mobile

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You can now surf the College of Graduate Studies website easily, right from your mobile phone. Visit our new phone-friendly site at graduate.ucf.edu in your mobile web browser for all the important grad news, semester deadlines, and admissions info that you find on our main website. Its new sleek design gives you quicker and easier mobile access than ever before.  Here are just a few of the things you can find easily right from your cell phone:

  • Admissions and Registration information
  • Funding
  • Policies
  • Tuition and fee costs
  • Graduate calendar
  • Graduate student news stories
  • Guides for Electronic Thesis and Dissertation (ETD)
  • Links to our Facebook, Twitter, and LinkedIn pages
  • College of Graduate Studies contact information and office hours

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