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Graduate School Placement

CCV Grad School Fair

CCV Grad and Professional School Fair

Most graduate and professional schools require that you complete an entrance or aptitude exam and submit your scores as part of the application process. The following sites will help you as you register and prepare for the tests:

Online Resources for Graduate School Placement

  • GradSchools.com: The leading online resource for graduate school information with more than 58,000 programs listed, this site contains a unique and comprehensive directory categorized by curriculum and subdivided by geography. Users simply select their desired curriculum to receive thorough information about pertinent graduate programs.
  • Graduate Guide: Search for graduate school, law school, and doctorate and MBA programs by major and state. Sections cover admission tests, financial aid, and more.
  • GraduateSchool4You.com
  • National Association of Colleges and Employers (NACE)
  • Peterson’s: Innovative, web-based products and online practice tests provide consumers with the depth and breadth of information they need to make informed decisions about their education or career. Their financial aid database of nearly $5 billion worth of scholarships, grants, and prizes is fully searchable on the Web and available in printed guides. Peterson’s also offers online services for essay editing and instruction as well as résumé-writing.
  • Princeton Review: The Princeton Review provides research tools and advice for your graduate school search.
  • Test Prep Review: Provides free online practice tests for various graduate school exams.
  • U.S. News and World Report: The Best Graduate Schools Index allows you to start on the right track toward choosing the right graduate program for you with personalization tools, including searches and comparisons, as well as school directory pages and feature articles. Go to the Education tab.

Faculty Assistance for Graduate School Placement


Duke Divinity School representatives meet annually with Religion and Christian Education majors.

Your Huntingdon faculty members will serve as invaluable resources to guide your search for the right graduate program for your career goals, talents and gifts. Use your faculty members as mentors as well as academic advisers. They can connect you with a world of possibilities for your future.