The Center for Career Development has partnered with the College of Arts and Sciences Advising Services, the Tickle College of Engineering, the Haslam College of Business, Onestop, The Student Success Center, and The Writing Center to host a series of events to help students prepare for graduate school during the month of October. Students from all majors are welcome to participate in Graduate School Prep Month. See below for events:
Tuesday, October 1st: Admissions Essay Workshop; 4-5:30pm; Student Union 262 B
Learn how to write an effective personal statement for graduate school admissions. Hear about what to include and what not to from CCD staff, and get your questions answered by staff from the Writing Center.
Tuesday, October 8th: GRE Preparation; 4-5pm; Student Union 262 B
Learn all about the GRE admissions exam, including a detailed breakdown of the exam, studying and test taking strategies, and Kaplan’s industry leading resources and innovative tools.
Tuesday, October 15th: Health Professions Fair; 11-2pm; Student Union Ballroom
Students have the opportunity to meet directly with recruiters from health related programs across the region. Pre-Health students are encouraged to attend in order to network and learn more about health profession options and admissions expectations. The Health Fair is for ALL majors and degree levels interested in health related graduate and professional school.
Tuesday, October 22nd: Graduate School Admissions featuring Don Asher;
4-5:30pm; Student Union Ballroom C
Learn how to successfully navigate and stand out in the graduate school admissions process from acclaimed speaker and author, Don Asher. Hear about topics such as choosing where to apply, timelines, GPA and test scores, essays and much more!
Tuesday, October 29th: Funding Graduate School; 4-5:30pm; Student Union 169
Hear from a panel of professionals currently working in Financial Aid, Graduate School and a featured employer on how you can fund your graduate school program. By the end of the panel, you will be able to identify at least three different options for funding your graduate degree!