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Seeking Faculty Input

A good first step in your investigation of graduate schools is to talk with someone in your department who knows you and your work. Faculty in your department know a great deal about graduate work in their field and will have specific insights that the Office of Academic Advisement cannot provide for you. They might recommend schools for you to apply to, people to contact, ways to enhance your application, or they may suggest alternate routes to graduate school. They might also give you a realistic appraisal of your chances of admission.