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Will I EVER graduate from TCBES M.S.?

Location: Wentworth Hall, Room 16

TCBES Students--have questions about what it takes to graduate? Which forms you need and in what order? How things should work with your committee? What classes you need to take? I am planning an informational session to go over the basic rules and regulations and open it up to your questions.

Tuesday, Sep 5 at 4 pm in Wentworth 16

The session is meant to be general, but after it is over Becky Ostertag can meet with individual students and look at their STAR reports, if they have very specific questions.

For more information, contact: ostertag@hawaii.edu (808) 932-7573

Tags: TCBES Masters Graduate Graduation

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