More students are applying to grad school, thus making it harder for students to get admitted to their school of choice. We recommend that students should start their search early (see timeline below) do their homework, and decide whether or not they really want to go to graduate school. Students should make an appointment with Susan Hyde-Wick in Career Services to help them decide: make a career services appointment.
collegeaffordabilityguide.org/financial-aid/how-to-pay-for-graduate-school/ How to pay for graduate school
petersons.com/common/article.asp?id=3749&sponsor=1&path=gr.gs.advice Reasons to attend or not attend grad school and financing information.
gradschool.about.com/cs/overviewtimetable/a/timetable.htm Timeline for seniors!
Graduate Guide On-Line serves as a comprehensive resource of colleges and schools. Publications include the Graduate School Guide, available for free at Waterbury UConn Career Services office.
Gradschools.com A comprehensive guide to graduate schools.
Peterson’s Education Center It’s never too early in your college career to start planning for graduate school. Some of the best tools for finding the right graduate program, contacting admissions officials, excelling on tests, and then financing your education are just a click away.
ets.org: Educational Testing Service: Online practice questions/information for the GRE, PRAXIS, and other standardized tests.
gre.org Graduate Record Examinations: Online practice for GRE’s.
Law Schools, Medical Schools Testing:
lsac.org Law School Admission Council. Essential to look at if you’re considering law.
aamc.org/students/applying/mcat/about/ MCAT: Medical College Admissions Test Practice
finaid.org Comprehensive info about financial aid
fastweb.com Free scholarship search service
Council of Grad Schools fellowships/financial aid