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Graduate and professional school expo scheduled Oct. 8

October 3, 2013

Graduate and professional school expo scheduled Oct. 8

Oct. 3, 2013

Did you know that within five years of graduation at least half of Skidmore alumni have completed or are enrolled in graduate or professional school? And that close to 20 percent of last year’s graduating class is already there?

Current students will be considering their own postgraduate futures at Skidmore’s second annual Graduate and Professional School Expo Tuesday, Oct. 8. The gathering of representatives from about 50 schools (complete list here) is co-sponsored by the College’s Career Development Center and a number of academic departments.

Student registration is encouraged, but not required. The first 50 students to register through MyCDC Account will receive a Skidmore bag to hold the admissions materials they pick up. There will also be a raffle with giveaways from participating programs. 

Here’s a schedule:

11:30 a.m.–2 p.m.

Graduate and Professional School Expo, Case Center, second floor

5:15 p.m.

What You Need to Know: Admissions Exams, Personal Statements, Kaplan Test Prep, Murray-Aikins, room 1

6:15 p.m.

Admissions in the Arts: Architecture, Creative Writing, Film, Music, Graphic and Fine Arts, Murray-Aikins, room 3

with Alfred, Suffolk, Corcoran College of Art and Design, Stony Brook Southampton, and SUNY-Potsdam’s Crane School of Music

Biz 6 at 6:  Accounting and Business, Murray-Aikins, room 1

with Northeastern, Clarkson, Union, Yeshiva’s Sy Syms School of Business, Clark, and Babson  

Creative Thought Heals: Public and Global Health, Murray-Aikins, room 4
with Columbia’s Mailman School of Public Health and Medical School for International Health

Environmental Science and Sustainability, Palamountain 303

with Antioch New England’s Environmental Science Program and Bard’s Environmental Studies Department  

Skidmore’s Master of Arts in Liberal Studies, Murray-Aikins, room 2

Social Work Information Session, Ladd 307

with Columbia’s School of Social Work and New York University’s Silver School of Social Work

Syracuse’s School of Information Studies, Ladd 106

7:15 p.m.

Creative Thought Heals: Osteopathic Medicine, Murray-Aikins, room 4
with NYIT College of Osteopathic Medicine

Careers and Graduate Programs in Counseling and Education, Murray-Aikins room 3
with Columbia’s Teachers College, Brown’s Department of Education, Bard’s Master of Arts in Teaching, and Roberts Wesleyan’s Education, School Counseling, and School Psychology

Letters from Law School, Ladd 106
with University of Connecticut School of Law

Questions may be directed to Shannon Rodriguez.



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