Test Prep Organizations
These links are provided for convenience or reference only and are not intended as an endorsement.
There are many sources of financial aid for post-baccalaureate education. Financial aid generally is awarded in two forms: gift-aid and self-help aid. Gift-aid includes grants, fellowships and scholarships (institutional or external) that do not have to be repaid or earned. Self-help aid includes loans that must be repaid, work-study funds that must be earned through work on a campus, off-campus work, and assistantships that pay professional or graduate students for their research, teaching, or other efforts. Most students use a combination of the options below over the years or even during one academic year. Make sure that you research all possibilities before attending a graduate program and annually while enrolled in one.
Letters of Recommendation
We recommend using http://interfolio.com for collecting, storing and sending letters for application to graduate or professional schools or fellowships. This convenient, online service is accessible 24/7 and allows you to collect and manage the distribution of your letters.
Preview the print materials we have in the Career Center resource library or drop by the Career Center between 8 a.m. and 5 p.m. to browse through them in person.
The Career Center