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StressLP

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  • Application Season
    2017 Fall
  • Program
    Speech-Language Pathology

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  1. I just graduated from UGA's undergraduate program and I loved it. I was accepted to their graduate program but have decided to go elsewhere. The program is excellent, with great professors and a dedication to quality. The program starts over the summer, I think in July, and then goes for two years. Athens is a great college town, you will always find things to do and places to eat, and the experience I've had there cannot be compared to anything else. I will always be a dawg! I think assistantships are hard to come by. They don't offer them frequently, but I think that if you boost y
  2. does anybody know of one for Georgia State?
  3. I think it depends on the school. Some schools may find fellowships for you or help you, while at other schools, you may be completely on your own. If you are interested in doing this, I would recommend contacting both the school that you are completing your masters at and specific places you would be interested in completing a fellowship at so you can gauge how open the programs are to this situation. Good luck!
  4. Does anybody have any insight into how many hours a day/week we are on campus, and what our schedules will probably look like the first semester? I understand that it varies with each school, just wondering about general ideas. Thanks!
  5. I asked at the beginning of fall semester. I set up meetings with my professors and asked them in person. They both knew what I was going to ask and they were really nice about it! I think it's better to ask earlier rather than later, because if they're professors in your major, it's likely that a lot of people will be coming to them for letters. Asking earlier is good because it's more likely that they'll say yes, and it looks good that you're getting this done earlier rather than procrastinating. Good luck!
  6. I was wondering that too! Initial decisions came out the first day of March last year (which was a Tuesday). So I'm just obsessively checking the portal/my email/gradcafe.
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