RSVP for AAP's Workshops
We ask that you RSVP for each workshop you would like to attend.
- Students who are looking to receive credit for AAP workshops MUST attend at least 90% of the workshop.
- Once you sign up, an email will be sent to you with more information to participate in AAP’s workshop.
- Please sign up with your Knights email at least 24 hours before each workshop.
RSVP for AAP's Semester Workshops
AAP Virtual Open House
Attend Join Academic Advancement Programs for a great opportunity to meet staff, learn about AAP structured programs, graduate school preparation resources, and much more!
Tuesday, June 27th
McNair & RAMP Info Sessions
Attend an info session to learn more AAP’s structured programs, and talk to students about their experience in the program.
The McNair Scholars program, as part of the U.S. Department of Education funded TRIO Programs, guides first-generation and low-income and/or underrepresented students into Ph.D. programs, and provides funding to help with that process.
The Research and Mentoring Program offers an enriching educational experience for students from underrepresented groups and first generation/low income students, to excel as undergraduates, and succeed in graduate school.
Wednesday, June 7th
Virtual RAMP Info Session
Wednesday, March 28th
Virtual McNair Session
Wednesday, July 26th
In-Person - TCH 201RAMP & McNair Info Session
Become a Competitive Grad School Applicant
Tuesday, July 18th,
What is Grad School & Why Apply?
Not sure where to start in preparing for graduate school or what the difference is between a master’s or a PhD? this presentation defines graduate school and where your career and academic goals meet. This is perfect start to your journey for graduate school preparation.
Friday, June 9th,
Getting Great Letters of Recommendation
Thursday, June 15th,
The Graduate School Application Process
For students who are 1-2 semesters from applying, get the details from Academic Advancement Programs (AAP) on the application process for graduate school. You’ll be able to fully prepare for the application process after this session.
Tuesday, June 14th,
Monday, July 11th,
Getting to Know your Faculty & Networking
This workshop will guide students on the importance of building strong relationships with their professors and establishing a network within their academic community and professional discipline. Through interactive activities and discussions, participants will learn effective communication strategies, how to approach professors for mentorship and opportunities, and networking tips to expand opportunities within their field of study.
Thursday, July 6th,
Graduate Student Panels
Graduate Student Panel - Applying to and Succeeding in Grad School
Have you ever wondered how students with graduate degree manage to successfully apply to and thrive in graduate school? Ask questions and listen to a panel of graduate students discuss their experiences. You’ll learn how they juggled their classes with applications, discover how they learned from their mistakes, and gain insight on what they knew (or wish they knew) that helped them thrive through the graduate school application process.
If UCF students need captioning access or other accommodation in order to participate in any AAP virtual event, please contact (email@example.com). At least 48 hours’ notice best assures that we can coordinate necessary access.