Post Graduation

Graduate School

Deciding on which graduate school to attend can be be a difficult and overwhelming decision.

What is most important is that you choose the grad program that suits you best. Once you have narrowed the list of graduate schools in which you are interested, it is time to begin the application process. It is important to give yourself plenty of time to complete the application. It can be time consuming. You want to ensure you aren't rushing through the application in order to give yourself the opportunity to create some of your best work.

Application Documents

Applying for graduate school may require a cover letter or personal statement, a resume, or a CV (curriculum vitae).

See our Prepare to Apply page for instructions and resources for all of your application documents. Please contact us if you would like additional feedback for your application.

Access Money Management Resources

The internet has many resources with information on every financial literacy topic. Below is a list of some of those resources.

General Financial Literary Resources

Nerd Wallet Cost of Living Calculator - Want to see how much more/less it will cost to live in a city when you graduate?

Kahn Academy Better Money Habits - This site provides well-produced personal finance lessons on any topic you can imagine.

Mint - See where your money goes and keep track of your budget.

Feed the Pig - This site provides tips and interactive tools to remind you to feed the piggy bank.

Consumer Financial Protection Bureau - The Consumer Financial Protection Bureau, a U.S. government agency that makes sure banks, lenders, and other financial companies treat you fairly.

Job Seekers Salary Calculator - Get a good understanding as to how much money you can expect to make after you graduate based on your location, experience, and education. 

Financial Aid Resources

FinAid - The SmartStudentTM Guide to Financial Aid

StudentLoans.gov - The online home for federal student loan programs.

StudentAid.gov - An office of the U.S. Department of Education with a wealth of information from applying to colleges to learning the many plans a borrower can utilize to best repay their loans. In addition, directions, tips and definitions are provided for filling out the FAFSA, assessing loan eligibility, and deciding how financial aid can make college a reality.

National Student Loan Data System - The U.S. Department of Education's (NSLDS) central database for student aid.

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Applying to Grad School

The Princeton Review (application timeline)

U.S. News and World Report (grad school guides and rankings)

The Idealist (tips and resources)

Free Graduate School Test Preparation

Kaplan GRE
Kaplan MCAT
Kaplan GMAT
Kaplan LSAT
Kaplan NCLEX
(The faculty and staff of the LSON have instituted a post-graduation plan for preparation for the NCLEX RN exam. If you have additional questions, please contact Ann Uhar.)

Graduate School Funding Resources

Federal Student Aid
College Scholarships
Granite State Management
Grants

Questions About Post-Graduation Plans?


Schedule an appointment with a member of The Exchange team to discuss your options at exchange@marian.edu or call 317.955.6500.

Nationally Competitive Fellowships

Please contact The Exchange for a counseling appointment to learn more about nationally competitive fellowships and other graduate study funding opportunities.

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