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For graduate schools, summer is a time for information sessions

Wednesday, July 25, 2012
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As graduate schools typically begin accepting applications in the fall, the summer is an ideal time for prospective students to research degree programs they may want to pursue. As a result, it is not uncommon for schools to host information sessions before summer’s end.

At the University of Texas at Arlington, Graduate Studies Forum Week is set to run from July 30 through August 4, according to the school’s student newspaper, The Shorthorn. During this event, representatives from the university’s many colleges will host information sessions on the various graduate programs available to students.

Alisa Johnson, the university’s graduate recruiting director, told the news source that attending the event is beneficial to those who are still unsure about what course of study they would like to pursue.

Meanwhile, Pennsylvania’s Wilkes University also plans to open its doors to prospective students during an August 13 information session. According to the school’s Web site, university officials will be on hand to field questions regarding Wilkes’ master’s degree programs, which cover subjects such as business administration, creative writing and education, as well as its doctoral programs in education and nursing.

In addition, attendees are welcome to ask questions about financial aid and graduate school admissions procedures.

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