☜ Miscellaneous

Admission Policies
Requirements for the Degree:
I. Time Limits for Degrees
II. Supervisory Committee
III. Required Courses
IV. Teaching Requirement
V. Program of Studies
VI. MS Prospectus
VII. PhD Proposal
VIII. Graduate Examinations
IX. Timetable
Annual Reviews
Financial Support
I: Residency
II: Student Travel
III: Dual Compensation
IV: English Competency
V: Graduate Appeals Policy
VI: Teaching Assistants Manual
VII: Neuroscience Program
Detailed Contents

APPENDIX I: Residency

Deadline for Applying for Florida Residency: The Declaration of Domicile form must be filed at the courthouse prior to the first day of classes of the term you are first registering as a graduate student. Failure to do so may jeopardize your petition for future residency.

All non-Florida, U.S. citizens are required to obtain residency by the beginning of their second year. Students must be completely independent from their parents (i.e., not claimed on tax returns, etc.) for one year prior to obtaining Florida residency status. Out-of-state tuition waivers will only be given for the first year. The Office of Graduate Studies has provided the following helpful tips: New Student Info.

☞ Appendix II: Student Travel