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Welcome to the UCF Exceptional Student Education advising website. This website is designed to be a resource for you as you continue through your program. We hope that you will find it useful whether you are an undergraduate student, a graduate student, a doctoral student, a graduate certificate student or an ESE minor. We encourage you to consult these pages often to get current program information, locate needed forms, educate yourself about policies affecting your academic career and to explore the many resources available to you here at UCF.

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We feel strongly that the relationships that you form with faculty and staff are very important, and that communication is vital. Please feel free to contact us any time with questions and concerns. We are always happy to make an appointment to meet with you in person or assist you through email or on the phone.


Nothing can stop the man with the right mental attitude from achieving his goal; nothing on earth can help the man with the wrong mental attitude.

– Thomas Jefferson

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Get Involved in the Student Council for Exceptional Children (SCEC) at UCF!



One of the divisions of CEC (Division for Learning Disabilities-DLD) hosted an
AMAZING conference here at UCF! View the highlights....and GET INVOLVED!

events & important dates

SPRING 2017


January 9
Classes Begin

 

January 12
Drop Deadline

 

January 13
Add Deadline

 

January 20
Payment Deadline

 

March 22
Withdraw Deadline

 

March 24 & 25
Spring Masters Comp. Exam

 

For other important dates, please refer to the
UCF Academic Calendar

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