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The center has various resources on graduate and professional schools, program descriptions, rankings in various fields, admission test preparation and application essays. We also maintain a database of graduate schools attended by JU graduates in recent years.
Below are links to resources for graduate students, fellowships, scholarships.
Grad Schools.com - A comprehensive site with a search engine by subject for graduate programs.
Kaplan Educational Centers- Commercial site with lots of information on the application process for graduate and professional school. Includes test preparation information, lists of the "best" graduate and professional schools, and information on the admission process.
Grad School Tips - contains some useful graduate school resources for students.
Peterson's Guide to Graduate and Professional Study - Excellent online version of the popular Peterson's Guide to Graduate Programs. Search by geographic region or by program.
The Princeton Review - Commercial site with lots of information on the application process for graduate and professional school. Includes test preparation information, lists of the "best" graduate and professional schools, and information on the admission process.
Entrance Exam Information
ETS.org (The Educational Testing Service Network) - official gateway to information about the GRE, GMAT, the Praxis Series, and TOEFL exams. Provides sample test questions, test preparation tips, and test registration information.
GRE OnLine - introduction to the Graduate Record Exam, including sample questions, tips on getting started, and an online registration form.
LSAT - the official Web site of the Law School Admission Council provides preparation information about the LSAT, as well as information on applying to law school.
GMAT - learn about applying to graduate business school and preparing for the GMAT.
Test Prep Review (Review sample test questions from all the major graduate school admission tests.)
Financial Aid, Grants & Scholarships
fastWEB! - A free service that searches for scholarships - indexes more than 400,000 scholarships. A questionnaire must be filled out to provide information to match scholarships with applicants.
FinAid - a huge site created by Mark Kantrowitz with links to practically every financial aid resource on the Web.
http://www.ed.gov/offices/OPE/express.html - The US Department of Education Website for the FAFSA application
Scholarship Search from College Board Online - find scholarships, loans, internships, and other financial aid programs that match your education level, talents, and background.
U.S. Department of Education, Office of Post-secondary Education - offers several useful financial aid links, including The Student Guide for the current year.