The capstone project of the MBRS-RISE Program that guides students through the graduate school application process and how to succeed on the Graduate Record Examination (GRE).
Graduate school advice and counseling.
Source of graduate school Information
GRE preparation workshop scheduled after the end of the Spring semester.
Applications to 3 graduate schools.
Cost of grad school applications (up to 3) transcripts.
Increased confidence and familiarity with the GRE exam.
Increased awareness of graduate programs and school options.
Increased GRE scores to acceptable admissions level.
Improved writing skills.
Informed choices about existing graduate programs and schools.
Greater probability of getting into a desired graduate school.
Acceptance into programs
Where you are likely to succeed.
Successful completions of Ph.D. programs.
Establishment of CSU pipelines to specific graduate programs.
Maintain contacts with CSU faculty as a useful resource while in graduate school.
Eventually I would like to apply to a Ph.D. program. But I think that I am not quite ready or have not decided on which program. What are my choices?
There are a number of Ph.D. "BRIDGE" and "PREP" programs hosted at universities around the nation. A complete listing of programs supported by the NIH may be found at the NIH website.
Juniors and seniors at CSU who have participated in other MBRS-RISE activities and/or have an expressed interest in science and pursuing a Ph.D. in biomedical research.
This page was last updated on 02/08/12