On Saturday, April 27th, UC Irvine, in partnership with the University of California Office of the President and the California State University Chancellor’s Office, sends diversity students interested in advanced degrees to the annual Southern California Forum for Diversity in Graduate Education. This one-day FREE event features workshops to help prepare participants for graduate school. The Forum also hosts an afternoon graduate fair with representatives from over 100 institutions from across the United States.

Registration will be at the Flagpoles

FREE lunch will be provided.

The forum will offer workshops on:

  • How to Select, Apply to and Prepare for Graduate School
  • Demystifying the GRE
  • The Role of the Masters
  • How to Prepare for the GRE
  • Financing your Graduate Education
  • Undergraduate Research Opportunities
  • How to Select a Grad School
  • How to Write a Winning Statement of Purpose
  • The Keys to Success and Survival in Grad School

AND subject specific workshops on:

  • Behavioral Science
  • Business and Management
  • Education
  • Engineering & Computer Science
  • Fine Arts & Humanities
  • Health & Human Services
  • Life Science
  • Physical Science & Math
  • Social Science

There will also be a graduate recruitment fair featuring over 175 recruiters from across the nation.

UC Irvine Campus Liaisons:

Amy Bue | Intern | Graduate Recruitment and Student Affairs| Graduate Division

Daniel Fabrega | Coordinator | Graduate Recruitment and Student Affairs | Graduate Division

949-824-4090 or diversity@rgs.uci.edu