Go for Grad at the UCF Grad Fair — Sept. 21

By: Carreen Krapf on

The College of Graduate Studies will be hosting the annual UCF Grad Fair. Nearly 200 graduate degree and certificate programs will be represented at the event, and students and the public (that means you!) can learn about what graduate school has to offer.

At the UCF Grad Fair, you can meet faculty in your program of choice, get one-on-one advice about graduate funding, and get all the information you need from one place about attending graduate school at UCF. It helps make your decision about getting your certificate, master’s, or doctoral degree easier–and a little less scary.

Grad Fair is an open-house-style event in the Pegasus Ballroom inside UCF’s Student Union. No reservations are needed—stop by and join the many other graduate degree-seekers from 4:00 p.m. to 7:00 pm on September 21. To see a list of the programs attending, visit the graduate.ucf.edu/gradfair website.

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