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Applying to grad school is complex, and many underrepresented students might not have the insider information necessary to navigate this process successfully. This advisory was created to help female, minority, LGBTQ, and non-traditional students with all parts of the application process, but we are happy to help all students as well! We offer one on one meetings to discuss: taking the GRE, essays, choosing programs to apply for, funding, important elements to add to the CV, interviewing, advisors, publications, presentations, and more broadly how to stay sane but get into a program that you will love!

All students welcome!!!


Schedule one on one mentoring with current graduate students from diverse backgrounds to discuss all topics related to grad school application and beyond.   

Portal Information

Description

The Diversity Graduate School Application Advisory (DGSAA) is aimed at helping all students apply to graduate school, with a focus on supporting underrepresented students’ needs. Applying to graduate school is complex, and many students might not have the insider information necessary to navigate this process successfully. This advisory was created to help female, minority, LGBTQ, non-traditional students, and all students with the full application process. We offer one on one meetings to discuss; taking the GRE, essays, choosing programs to apply for, funding, important elements to add to the CV, interviewing, advisors, publications, presentations, and more broadly how to stay sane but get into a program that you will love!

Category

Academic

Administrator Use Only
Student Group Classification

Affiliated

President Name (Organization's Primary Contact)

Spencer Castro

Organization Email Address

This is the publicly available email that is intended for people interested in contacting the organization for more information. (Not recommended to list a student Umail account)

Membership Requirements/Selection Process

Please describe who is eligible for membership and list any criteria used in the selection process. If open to all, please indicate so. (Keep in mind the non-discrimination clause from the organization's constitution).

All students are included

Here's What We Do

This is less formal than your purpose statement. Take this opportunity to discuss any activities the organization may be known for or what members of your organization can expect to gain through becoming a member. (For example social, service, brotherhood/sisterhood, leadership, physical/fitness, etc.)

Monthly workshops and online fundraisers

Student Organization Constitution

Please upload your organization's constitution.

Advisor Name

Jeanine Stefanucci