Consider the following services, resources, and information to help you in your graduate school process:
- Make a virtual or phone appointment with a career counselor to have a one-on-one discussion about graduate school preparation.
- Attend our Law School-related or Applying to Grad School workshops. Check Handshake dates and times.
- Attend graduate school fairs (fall and spring quarters).
Typically, graduate schools request the following items for admissions consideration:
- Application Fee
- Undergraduate Degree
- GPA/Official Transcript(s)
- Letters of Recommendation
- Personal Statement
- Admissions Test Score
Download the checklist and spreadsheet below and keep track of your application progress.
- Applying to Law School
- Writing a Statement of Purpose
- Applying to Graduate Health Programs
- Application Checklist
- GRE – Graduate Record Exam
- GMAT – Graduate Management Admissions Test
- LSAT – Law School Admissions Test
- MCAT – Medical College Admissions Test
- DAT – Dental Admissions Test
- VCAT – Veterinary College Admissions Test
- OAT – Optometry Admissions Test
- CBEST – California Basic Educational Skills Test
- CSET – California Subject Examinations for Teachers
- Praxis II and MSAT – Multiple Subject Examinations
- SSAT – Secondary Schools Admissions Test
- RICA – Reading Instruction Competence Assessment
- California Commission on Teacher Credentialing