The Golden Key International Honor Society will host the 10th annual Graduate and Professional School Day in the University Quad, 10 a.m. to 3 p.m., on Thursday, Oct. 3.
Representatives from over 100 different universities and programs will be available to all students who are interested in attending a graduate or professional school. These representatives will provide students with applications and information on their universities and programs.
There will be a wide spectrum of programs and universities to review. The state of California will provide more than half of the participants. This will include multiple graduate programs from all of the University of California system and the California State University system. Add to this USC, Loma Linda, Claremont, Pepperdine, Loyola Marymount, and a number of other private universities along with many law, chiropractic, psychology, and health programs and schools, and the state will be well represented.
A large number of out-of-state universities are now making Cal Poly Pomona a regular stop. Visitors to the Graduate and Professional School Day will find Yale, Columbia, Tufts, Johns Hopkins, Notre Dame, Miami, Hawaii Pacific and Michigan universities, to name a few. Internationally, the North American Center for Australian Universities, the Universidad Autonoma de Guadalajara and Ross will be represented.
For more information about Graduate and Professional School Day, contact the program coordinator, Andrew J. Thacker, the Golden Key Adviser and a professor in the International Business & Marketing Department, at (909) 869-2443.