• Preparing for Graduate School

    Preparing for Graduate School

    If you're an undergrad and you already know that you want to go on to grad school, you've come to the right place. Check out our collection of tools, blogs, articles, and more to help you stay organizes and start preparing you for what's next.
  • Timeline for Preparing for Graduate School

    Timeline for Preparing for Graduate School

    Ambitious undergrads can use this detailed checklist for ideas to start cultivating skills that graduate schools will look for when the time comes for you to apply.

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  • Discover Your Strengths

    Discover Your Strengths

    Do you consider yourself to be an overachiever? How well do you cope with life's obstacles? Take one of our quizzes or assessments and learn something new about yourself--perhaps reveal a hidden strength!

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Preparing for Graduate School

  
Attention undergrads: If you already know that you want to go on to grad school, check out our collection of tools, blogs, articles, and more to help you start preparing you for what's next.






  • Connecting on Campus: Undergraduate Associations +

    Just as all the activities you did in high school were important to the admissions department at the college you Read More
  • Can a Minor Make a Major Difference? +

    What is a Minor in College? Some students may find themselves wondering, “What is a minor in college?” Minors are Read More
  • Summer Fun in Research Programs +

    The school year is very busy for many undergraduate students, so what better time is there to get some helpful Read More
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  • 3 Holiday Tips for Graduate Students +

    Remember it’s your holiday from school As a graduate student, you have the freedom of choosing what you are able Read More
  • Part 3 of How to Pick Your Defense Committee +

    In Part 2, we established that finding an advisor who communicates well and finding committee members who are willing to Read More
  • Intro To Series on How to Pick Your Defense Committee +

    Guideline 1: Pick a balanced committee In most cases, you have four committee members to choose, and you’ll want to Read More
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