Career Development Services offers assistance with graduate school application advising, online Graduate School Bound Program, and resources.
Accepted to Graduate School?
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Graduate School Application Advising:
Meet with a career services staff member during Drop-In Career Counseling to discuss the graduate school application process, planning, and preparation methods.
Graduate Studies Center:
The Graduate Studies Center (GSC) is dedicated to providing academic, professional and personal support services for post baccalaureate students at CI. Our services aim to facilitate access to post baccalaureate programs, to promote student success and program completion, and to foster professional, personal, and workforce development.
Location: El Dorado Hall
Graduate Writing Studio:
Writing instructors are available to assist graduate students with thesis writing or prospective graduate students who need assistance with personal statements or letters of application for graduate program admission.
For more information, or to schedule an appointment, contact the Graduate Studies Center located in El Dorado Hall via email at email@example.com, call (805) 437-3579, or visit http://www.csuci.edu/gsc/
GRE Test Prep Course:
The Graduate Studies Center and Extended University have partnered to offer a GRE Test Prep course, starting on July 11, in El Dorado Hall. The course will consist of 4 sessions on Saturdays from 10 a.m. to 1 p.m. The first session will be free and the total cost for all 4 sessions is $60. Register today!
Graduate School Bound Program
The purpose of Graduate School Bound Program is to assist CI students who are interested in graduate school exploration, decision-making, planning and the preparation process of applying to graduate school. This program is intentionally designed to provide in-depth assistance with the graduate school planning process. Each semester a group of students will complete a series of online modules. The purpose of the seminars is to provide an opportunity to review content covered in the modules and answer specific questions related to the graduate school exploration and planning. Questions will be answered through the use of an online blog utilized throughout the semester to share graduate school resources.
The Graduate School Bound Program will be provided in a self-paced online format and weekly drop-in career counseling, see schedule information below for further details.
Learn about Graduate School Bound Program at weekly Drop-In Career Counseling located in the Career Development Center, Bell Tower 1548.