So you are interested in furthering your education through attending graduate school?
Graduate school is a big step for students and working professionals and should be approached with thoughtfulness and extensive research. Consider using our graduate school resources to help you make that next step.
Graduate school resources
- Grad School: To go or Not to Go – Weigh out the options before making the investment.
- Grad School Application Timeline – Start early and don’t wait until last minute to start the process.
- Grad School Checklist – Be sure you have covered all of the bases when applying.
- Getting In – Some other things to keep in mind when applying for graduate school.
- GradSchools.com – Find thousands of graduate programs by curriculum or by school.
- Petersons.com – It is the most comprehensive graduate school database of accredited graduate programs.
- Statementofpurpose.com – Most colleges and universities will require you to write a statement of purpose or letter of intent. This site will provide everything you need to know.
- SALT – This website is a great resource for making sound financial decisions.
- For more information about required tests for graduate school visit Princeton Review
Thinking about law school? For advice, contact Prof. David Blythe email@example.com or at 802.485.2220.
NOTE: Norwich University’s College of Graduate and Continuing Studies – Did you know that if you enroll in an online graduate program at Norwich, you, as an alum, will automatically receive a $2,500 scholarship? In addition, you do not need to take the GRE or the GMAT in order to apply. Like your undergraduate Norwich degree, all of our online graduate programs are NEASC accredited.