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Established in 1970, Graduate Guide is a convenient reference tool for college students to quickly locate schools offering the programs they want. More than 1,000 colleges and universities use Graduate School Guide to help their students with a genuine interest in postgraduate study.




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What’s in a Graduate Guide?
  • Listings for colleges and universities that offer a Masters, Doctoral or Professional Degree Program. Information includes course offerings, tuition, graduate admissions contact, email and web addresses.
  • Comprehensive Financial Aid info including tuition tax credits,
    grants, loans and work study.
  • Cross reference section of majors
  • Graduate Test Dates
  • Student Response Cards

Who gets copies of Graduate School Guide?
Copies are requested and distributed to undergraduate students through their career center and placement office. Sufficient copies are sent so that students may take their own copy.

What are Regional Editions?
Specialized information for students in a particular geographic area makes each Graduate School Guide edition different.


Regional Editions of GRADUATE GUIDE
  • New York Metro
    Four-year colleges located in New York City, Long Island, Westchester, Rockland, Putnam, Dutchess, Orange, Ulster counties
  • Upstate New York - Canada
    Four-year colleges located in New York State north of Poughkeepsie and Canadian Provinces of Ontario and Quebec
  • New Jersey-Pennsylvania
    Four-year colleges located in these two states
  • New England
    Four-year colleges located in Connecticut, Rhode Island, Massachusetts, Vermont,
    New Hampshire, Maine
  • Delmarva
    Four-year colleges located in Delaware, Maryland, Virginia, West Virginia, District of Columbia
  • Ohio-Michigan-Indiana
    Four-year colleges located in these three states
  • Illinois-Wisconsin
    Four-year colleges located in these two states
  • Southeastern States
    Four-year colleges located in North Carolina, South Carolina, Kentucky, Tennessee, Georgia, Florida


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