Considering grad school?
The Graduate School Resource Fair on Wednesday, March 7 is a prime opportunity to talk to program reps about what they seek in applicants, and to learn firsthand from grad students about how they’re navigating the process.
The fair takes place in the Michigan League Ballroom that day from 6 to 8:15 p.m. There will be light hors d’oeuvres served to attendees and space to learn in an informal setting.
Representatives from programs in law, education, dental, public health, and others will be on hand to answer questions. The U-M Office of Financial Aid will also be present to answer questions about funding your graduate degree.
“This is an easy way to learn what to expect from the application process,” said Michael Joiner-Hill, a coach in the LSA Opportunity Hub and one of the event’s organizers. “It’s also a chance to research how to make yourself a strong applicant.”
The fair is co-organized by the LSA Opportunity Hub and the LSA Comprehensive Studies Program.
If you’re thinking about attending, let us know by putting in an RSVP here.
Some of the many programs represented are listed below. Check back here for additions to the list throughout the week:
University of Michigan
Rackham Graduate School
School of Education
School of Information
School of Public Health
School of Social Work
School of Public Policy
Program in Biomedical Sciences
Office of Financial Aid
School for Environment and Sustainability
Supply Chain Management program
Office of National Scholarships and Fellowships
Eastern Michigan University
Higher Education and Student Affairs
Michigan State University
Nurse Practitioner Program
School of Human Resources and Labor Relations
School of Criminal Justice
Grand Valley State University
Master of Science in Criminal Justice program
Applied LInguistics program
MPNL Philanthropy and Nonprofit Leadership program
Central Michigan University
Master of Science in Recreation and Park Administration program
Department of Computer Science and Engineering Cyber Security