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As you transition into your program, there are a few key resources that will help you make the most of your time as a VCU School of Education student.
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New Student Orientation
International Student Orientation (ISO) will take place on Tuesday, August 13, 2019. All new international students are required to attend. You can find more information about ISO by visiting https://global.vcu.edu/students/started/. The VCU Central Graduate Student Orientation (GSO) is also scheduled to take place on Tuesday, August 13. International graduate students will begin with ISO in the morning and will have the opportunity to attend the most important aspects of GSO as well before returning to ISO in the afternoon.
If students are part-time (3-6 credit hours), they do not need to submit the standard state required immunizations; however, all students must submit a Tuberculosis (TB) screening form. This is published to the student online via Student Health Services Web Portal and can be filled out electronically, and it can also be found on the Student Health Services Certificate of Immunization page. Please feel free to contact them directly for your unique requirements: (804) 828-8828.
Video Resources for Newly Admitted Students
New Graduate Students Orientation for the VCU School of Education
Sergio Chaparro MLS, Ph.D., behavioral and social sciences research librarian at VCU, shares library resources with new School of Education graduate students as part of their orientation.
The New APA Style Manual
Sergio Chaparro MLS, Ph.D., behavioral and social sciences research librarian at VCU, shares information about the new APA Style Manual with School of Education students.