Admissions & Financial Aid

Graduate Studies Showcase

Associate Professor of Conflict Resolution, Human Security, and Global Governance Eben Weitzman writes on the white board as three students look on

Graduate Studies Showcase 2015
Wednesday, November 18, 4-7:30 p.m.
Campus Center Ballroom


Registration for the Showcase has closed, but you will be able to register at the event!

If you are interested in applying to a graduate program, please visit our Graduate Admissions pages.

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Download a PDF of this year's flyer to view a list of the more than 100 programs that will be represented!


2015 Workshop Schedule

Applying for Graduate Admissions

3rd Floor, Rm 3545 at 4:30, 5:30, 6:30

International Student & Scholar Services 3rd Floor, Room 3540 at 5:00
Financial Aid, Graduate Assistantships, & Funding Opportunities 3rd Floor, Room 3540 at 6:00
Global Inclusion and Social Development MS/PhD 2nd Floor, Room 2551 (Alumni Lounge) at 5:00

Rehabilitation Counseling

2nd Floor, Room 2551 (Alumni Lounge) at 6:00

Management Programs:

Accounting and Finance

Management Science and Information

Management and Marketing

3rd Floor, Point Lounge

5:00 - 5:50

5:30 - 6:00

6:00 - 6:30

Conflict Resolution: Skills for Every Job Sector 2nd Floor, Room 2545 at 4:00
The Master’s Program in School Counseling 2nd Floor, Room 2545 at 6:00
PhD program in Counseling and School Psychology 2nd Floor, Room 2545 at 7:00
Special Ed: Moderate Disabilities 2nd Floor, Room 2540 at 4:30
A PhD in Public Policy, a Master's in Public Administration, or a Certificate in Gender, Leadership, and Public Policy: Which should I choose? 2nd Floor, Room 2540 at 6:00
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