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Thank you for serving! The 2014-2015 Graduate Student Ambassadors are Nighet Ahmed, Keith Barksdale, Hong Shi, and Leonard Towns.
The following resources may be helpful to current and prospective students:
New to the program? Here are the Next Steps After Admission and general EFLT Graduate Student Information
Graduating Soon? You will need a Plan of Study and a Graduation Check
Making a Conference Presentation? Here are the Student Travel Procedures and once you return, file the Student Travel Expense Form
Check out the following links for more resources from the Graduate School:
Master's and EdS Studies Checklist l Doctoral Studies Checklist
Doctoral Dissertation Process and Phases l New Graduate School Policies
EFLTLink Listserv - Do you need to subscribe to the EFLTlink listserv? The EFLTLink listserv provides recent departmental news that can include opportunities, deadlines, graduate assistantships, or academic position vacancies. Here are the steps to subscribe: Subscribing to EFLTLink Listserv
GTA or GRA - Interested in a Graduate Teaching or Research Assistant position? Please know that there are no standing Assistantships available in our department; however, there are occasional positions available so please check with the respective Program Coordinator. Additional information is available at EFLT GTA/GRA Information
Plan of Study - Do you need to complete a Plan of Study? Here are the guidelines to create your planner in DegreeWorks.
Graduation - Here is information about the graduation steps: Graduation Information
Re-entering a Graduate Program - If you have not registered for one semester or more, you will need to complete a Graduate School Readmission Form. In addition, there is a re-entry process and procedures for those who have completed doctoral coursework some time ago and want to resume the program. We also recommend that you contact your advisor, Graduate Program Officer, or Department Head.
Last Updated: Sep 04, 2014