For those who have been out of the classroom for several years, getting back into the mindset of a student may be a struggle. Fortunately, graduate schools help prospective students prepare for their return to academia by fielding any questions they may have.
In the weeks ahead, a number of graduate schools will host special events designed for individuals with an interest in enrolling in nursing, education and MBA programs, as well as other advanced academic offerings. Here are three schools that have scheduled events before the end of the year:
Connecticut's Quinnipiac University will hold not one but three upcoming information sessions, according to the Post-Chronicle. Individuals with an interest in applying to programs within the university's School of Business or School of Communications can attend an October 16 session at Quinnipiac's Mount Carmel Campus.
The second session, to be held Saturday, November 2 on Quinnipiac's North Haven Campus, will focus on the university's physician assistant program. On the same day, a third session will take place on the North Haven Campus devoted to graduate programs within the College of Arts and Sciences, School of Education, School of Health Sciences and School of Nursing.
Individuals with an interest in pursuing a master's degree in Wilson College's humanities program can attend two information sessions at the Pennsylvania school, The Sentinel reported. The events will take place October 24 and November 19 and give those in attendance an overview of the program, as well as information related to financing their education.
University of Delaware
October 18 will see the National McNair Scholars Research Competition and Graduate School Fair return to the University of Delaware for an 11th year, according to the school's Web site.
The graduate fair portion of this event is free and will provide attendees with a chance to hear from representatives from more than 80 graduate programs from the university and other schools.
By Monique Smith
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