For students entering their Junior & Senior years, it's important to begin exploring post-graduate plans. Whether they are applying to graduate school, law school, or medical studies, we have the following resources available to assist them in achieving their graduate endeavors.
Applying To Graduate School?
- Contact Ricky Guerra (Student Success Coach) for further guidance.
- Provide one-on-one support with students as they prepare their graduate school applications.
Applying to Medical School?
- Contact Salvatore Mule (Pre-Health Advisor), for further guidance.
Advises students to stay on track toward fulfilling requirements and help with completing applications for programs leading to careers in medicine. These include: Doctors, Dentists, Podiatrists, Chiropractors, Optometrists, Physician Assistants, Nurses, Physical Therapists, Occupational Therapists, etc.
Campus Liaison helping students to participate in Pre-Health Professions programs with other institutions such as SUNY Downstate Health Sciences University and SUNY Stony Brook's Renaissance School of Medicine.
Applying to Law School?
- Contact Professor Katherine Simone (Pre-Law Advisor) for further guidance.
- Advisement to guide students through law school application process.
- LSAT resources and how to best prepare for the exam.
Additional Tips & Resources:
- Be mindful of the various paths to help fund your graduate endeavors. Students can apply for fellowship & scholarship opportunities, pursue research or graduate assistantships, etc.
- Through our campus partnership with The Princeton Review, students have the opportunity to register for graduate test prep courses (GRE, MCAT, LSAT, DAT, & GMAT) at a significant discount. Contact Ricky Guerra (Student Success Coach) for information on these courses.
- To begin your search, consider your geographic range of schooling options. Think about whether you wish to stay in the Long Island/Manhattan area or venture out further. Also, if you prefer a program with either fully in-person instruction, remote learning options, or a hybrid model of both.
- As you are evaluating each program, look over each of their application components. Identify which items remain similar to other programs you are evaluating, and others that are unique or have different prompts being asked of you to provide.
- If your application requires a resume/CV or an interview component, utilize Career Planning & Development on campus to access their support and resources.
- Build a strong professional network amongst faculty & staff on campus. You'll need to call upon these relationships when you will be asked later on for letters of reference.