Graduate Student Resources



For students who the program anticipates will complete their degree within their original time limit:

Legal Disclosure Statement Form

Florida Residency Information & Form

Re-Admission to Doctoral Candidacy (Only applicable to doctoral students who were in candidacy prior to going inactive)

Re-application for Admission (Re-Admission)

Students who have exceeded their time limit for degree completion and/or course currency limits (i.e. ten years from their initial admission date in the graduate major) must re-apply for admission. This will require completion of all degree requirements as posted in the Graduate Catalog in effect at the semester of admission, including such elements as comprehensive exams, thesis/dissertation hours.

The Major professor should evaluate the student's transcript to determine if any of the previous coursework may be transferred in as part of the admission process (note: only structured courses may be considered for transfer – see Transfer of Credit Policy). This will require documentation of course currency through a syllabus-by-syllabus comparison. 

To be admitted, the application and all supporting materials must be submitted by the Major's posted application deadline as noted in the Graduate Catalog. These materials include: