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Grad school could be for you

Elyse Lopez elyselopez.md@gmail.com Every student will face a time in their college career when they must decide if a bachelor’s degree is enough to propel them to where they want to be in life. Taking advantage of Career Fairs and Career Services is helpful for that decision, Director of Career Services Martin Shibata said. Counselors are […]

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Graduating to grad school

Holly Dickson hollydickson.md@gmail.com After 13 years of K-12 education and at least four more of college, graduate school isn’t always the top choice for students right after graduation. But for some it seems like a more viable option than traveling, getting a temporary job or searching for a way into their career field. Graduate school […]

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Exploring your options after graduation

Every college student faces the same decision: What to do after graduation. Graduates might choose to continue their education, get further real-world experience, go straight for their first job or even take some time off. Career Services program coordinator and career counselor for the College of Architecture and Environmental Design Carol Moore said students should […]

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BLOG: Is GPA important?

Is GPA the most important thing, or are other factors taken into consideration that possibly outweigh that number? I’m sure I’m not the only one concerned about GPA, but not to fear, it isn’t the only aspect reviewed by admissions staff.