Graduate and Professional School

The Career Development Center maintains a variety of resources to help students and alumni explore careers:

Grad School Q & A.  Applying to a graduate or professional program is a big project.  This information sheet can help you get started.                                

Preparing for Graduate School.pdf

Grad School Reimbursement Program.  To help offset some of the costs associated with applying to graduate school, the Career Development Center offers a first-come first-serve reimbursement program for support. Please review the following flyer for further information or contact June Dressler at 503-352-2916.

Grad School Reimbursement Program.pdf


Workshops and Programs. Look for these and others on the Events Calendar.

    • The Real Scoop on Grad School
    • Preparing for the GRE and other Standardized Tests
    • How to get into Competitive Grad Programs, by Don Asher

Reference Materials.  Popular resources include:   Don Asher's Graduate Admissions Essays, The Guide to American Graduate Schools by Harold Doughty and So You Want to Be a Lawyer, published by the Law School Admission Council.

Tools and Technology: We have a typewriter (See Websters dictionary as needed!) on hand for those dreaded application forms, GRE and other such practice tests, and computers and software for your use.

Helpful Links: Check out our Favorite Links for additional information on standardized tests and other Graduate School topics.

Check out our newest Publication:

Grad School Info, everything you ever wanted to know about Graduate School, compiled by the Career Center Newsletter Editor.