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Center for Arts in Medicine

Arts In Medicine Online Graduate Program

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Current Students Resources

Please use the links below to access the many services available to University of Florida students, both virtually or on-campus.

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Diversity and Inclusion
Health and Wellness (Virtual & On-Campus)
Recreation and Involvement (On-Campus)
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Resources for Online Learning

Please use these links to help you succeed with online learning.

E-Learning How-To

Canvas (E-Learning) Sudent Guide
Answers to all your questions about Canvas.

Adobe Spark – Adobe Spark Knowledge Base 
Answers to all your questions about Adobe spark (for creative practice blogs).

-----Syllabi & Textbooks

Syllabi Listing 
Filterable listing of College of the Arts syllabi by term

Textbook Reserves 
Free access to virtual textbooks available through UF Library.

Florida Bookstore Textbook Search
Find textbooks for your class, search by department (HUM) and term.

VPN & UF Library Databases

In order to make use of the UF Library's extensive journal database, make sure you install and set up the Cisco AnyConnnect VPN on your computer.

Off-Campus Access to UF Libraries » University of Florida

Student Tech Discounts

Students at the University of Florida can use their UFL email to access student discounts on many tech products and services. Ask your internet provider or mobile service carrier if they provide discounts for college students.

Microsoft Education Store

Apple Education Store

Resources for MA Students

FAFSA & Financial Aid

To apply for financial aid, MA students must complete the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA) at fafsa.ed.gov. The FAFSA opens on October 1 of each year. To receive the best financial aid offer, complete the FAFSA as early as possible. *Graduate Certificate students are not eligible for FAFSA.

Plan Your Schedule

Since MA students must take at least 12-credits of elective coursework to graduate, you'll need to plan your schedule to ensure you complete all 36-credits at a pace that works for you. The suggested timeline will allow you to complete the program in 5 or 6 semesters. 

Registration

Graduate Central

Visit elearning.ufl.edu to access Graduate Central on Canvas.

  • This resource will be available to you throughout your entire time in the program. Think of it as a virtual student commons.
  • You cannot access Graduate Central until after completing the New Gator Checklist.
  • Once inside Graduate Central, click the (Start Here) module near the top of the home page and review the contents.
  • Then complete the (New Student Orientation) module to begin planning registration for graduate courses.
  • Complete and upload your study plan so your advisor can assist you with registering for classes.
Course Registration

Your advisor can assist you by registering for courses on your behalf, however some courses are available for self-registration. Make sure you submitted a plan of study on Graduate Central before registering or contacting your advisor for help with registration. You can learn more about how to register using the following tutorials:

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