Considering grad school?
The Graduate School Resource Fair on Monday, February 11 is a prime opportunity to connect with representatives from top graduate programs as well as graduate students currently navigating the experience.
Learn firsthand from both about how to find the right program, access funding, and much more.
The fair takes place in the Michigan League Ballroom from 6 to 8 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, medicine, public health, the creative arts 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 a really great way to explore not only what graduate school is, but also if graduate education is right for you,” said Michael Joiner-Hill, assistant director of student engagement in the LSA Opportunity Hub. “It’s also a chance to research how to make yourself a strong applicant.”
The fair is hosted by the LSA Opportunity Hub. 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!
Health, Math, Science
U-M Ecology and Evolutionary Biology
U-M School for Environment and Sustainability
U-M Master of Supply Chain Management Program
U-M Master of Accounting Program
U-M Master of Management Program
U-M Quantitative FInance and Risk Management
Oakland University Department of Computer Science and Engineering
Humanities, Social Sciences, Creative Arts
U-M Afro American and African Studies
U-M International and Regional Studies
U-M Women’s Studies and Joint PhD Program in Women’s Studies (with English, History, and Psychology)
Cranbrook Academy of Art Master of Fine Arts
Cranbrook Academy Master of Architecture
U-M Rackham Graduate School
Grand Valley State University Master of Philanthropy and Nonprofit Leadership
Central Michigan University Master of Science in Recreation and Park Administration
Northwestern University Medill School of Journalism and Integrated Marketing Communications
University of Cincinnati College of Education, Human Services and Criminal Justice
U-M Museum Anthropological Archaeology
U-M Political Science
Eastern Michigan University Applied Econometrics
U-M Helen Zell Writers Program
U-M Stamps MFA
U-M Law School
U-M School of Education
U-M School of Information
U-M School of Public Health
U-M School of Social Work
U-M School of Public Policy
Michigan State University College of Nursing
Michigan State University School of HUman Resources and Labor Relations
University of Illinois Gies College of Business
U-M Medical School
U-M Office of National Scholarships and Fellowships
U-M Office of Financial Aid
U-M Office of Graduate Education