Carefully review what you need to apply to your graduate program(s) of interest.
Explore each graduate program's statistics, such as yearly number of applicants and acceptance rates.
Fellowships, grants, research assistantships, teaching assistantships, and loans provide the most common forms of support for graduate students.
Many graduate programs require Graduate Record Examination (GRE) scores, which can be entered in your online application.
The Graduate School Diversity Office (GSDO) leads and coordinates the University’s initiatives in the recruitment, funding, retention and graduation of a diverse graduate and professional student body.
Whether you’re energized by the atmosphere of a modern metropolis or you draw inspiration from the serenity of nature, there’s a place for you at the University of Minnesota.
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