Admission's Updates · Graduate Student Experiences · Student Perspectives · Summer Fun · Uncategorized

Cultivating Community: A ‘thank you’ to all of our PSU grads!

  First of all… We want to say thank you to all of our grads (new, current, and graduated!). You’ve shown continuous support for our efforts in planning and executing grad student social events. In turn, you’ve built a solid and exceptional community of people.   Photo from: Naked Turtle Summer Social, July 2017  … Continue reading Cultivating Community: A ‘thank you’ to all of our PSU grads!

Graduate Student Experiences · Student Perspectives · Tips and Hints for Grad School · Uncategorized

Teacher Education Student Perspectives: Take II

“When one teaches, two learn.” -Robert Heinlein ••• Our Plattsburgh State Teacher Education graduate students are learning about learning! This is the second installment of our summer blog series: Teacher Education Student Perspectives. Our campus has amazing Teacher Education programs, and there’s so much to learn about them.  We’re excited to shine a spotlight on these… Continue reading Teacher Education Student Perspectives: Take II

Alyssa's Updates · Graduate Assistantships · Graduate Student Financial Aid · Uncategorized

The Scoop on Graduate Assistantships

Alyssa here! Perhaps one of the most common questions I hear in the Graduate Admissions Office is: “What ways can I finance my education as a graduate student?” Graduate Assistantship positions at SUNY Plattsburgh are an excellent way to finance your time as a graduate student. Assistantships offer tuition coverage as well as a stipend, and are… Continue reading The Scoop on Graduate Assistantships

From the Director · General Grad School Advice · Tips and Hints for Grad School · Uncategorized

Testing, 1… 2…

Every graduate program has different admission requirements when it comes to standardized exams, so it’s important to follow the application instructions for your program(s) of interest carefully. At SUNY Plattsburgh, some graduate programs have no exam requirement, some accept only Graduate Record Exam (G.R.E.) scores, and others offer the option to take either the Miller Analogies… Continue reading Testing, 1… 2…