Our Snowy Information Session Reminder

Today is one of the days that many New England residents fear most during this time of the year, the first snowfall.  It’s definitely starting to feel and look like winter out there with the cold air, the white ground, and the wet roads!

Should you be trapped inside looking for something to do, I urge you to take a look at the Graduate School at the University of Saint Joseph.  We have a list of our programs available on www.usj.edu/graduateprograms and our next information session is only one month away!  The information session is scheduled for Thursday, December 6, 2012 from 4:30pm-6:30pm in the Bruyette Antheneum.  Most Program Directors and/or faculty members from each department will be available for one-on-one discussion about the program, the Office of Graduate Admissions and Academic Services will be available to answer any questions about the admission process, and there will at least two presentations (one by Teacher Licensure and another by the Institute of Behavior Analysis) for students.  Should any student who attends the information session decide to apply, we’ll also waive their $50 application fee!  For pre-registration or more information about the event, please visit www.usj.edu/gradopenhouse.


Posted in Academic Programs, Admission Requirements, Announcements
2 comments on “Our Snowy Information Session Reminder
  1. Sandy says:

    Thanks for the information. If I plan to attend, should I bring transcripts or a resume with me?

  2. admin says:

    If you have transcripts (official or unofficial), a resume, or any other documents that would provide us more information about you, please bring them to the Information Session. I would suggest waiting to bring professional letters of recommendation because we require an additional cover sheet be filled out by each recommender. Either way, more information will be sent to you about the admission requirements once your application is processed (if you decide to apply to our institution.) Hope this answers your question, Sandy!

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