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Due to our commitment to ensuring the safety of our students, broader U-M Community and attending graduate school representatives, the LSA Opportunity Hub has decided to cancel this evening’s Graduate School Fair.
If you’re thinking about applying to grad school (or already have it in your plans), you’ll need insight on what makes a competitive candidate, how to secure funding, and what to expect throughout the process.
The Hub’s annual Grad School Fair gathers all those resources in one place so you can more easily learn about grad programs, get a better sense of application timelines and requirements, and connect with current grad students across different disciplines about their experiences. It’s also a chance for you to develop your plan—outlining the next steps are on your path to admission to a grad program that fits your learning and career goals.
This year’s Grad School Fair is Wednesday, March 11, 2020, from 6 to 7:30 p.m. at the Michigan League
You should attend this event if you are:
A liberal arts and/or sciences student
Interested in learning more about graduate school
Intent on securing admission into a grad program
By attending, you will:
Discover the diverse set of options out there for both graduate schools and degree programs in the US and abroad
Gain knowledge and clarity on your post-graduate plans
Connect with program representatives to glean actionable insights
Hear directly from graduate students about their personal experiences
RSVP now to save your spot.