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Monthly Archives: January 2014

Tips for Prospective Undergrads!

Posted on by jdi

As you’re preparing to finish up high school and transition into college, everyone around you always seems to have some sort of advice to give you – some tips or tricks that they learned from their college years. Before I … Continue reading

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My Grandmother Gave the Best Advice

Posted on by mgrodsky

“Relax. Have fun. You’ll be fine.” This is what my over ninety-year-old grandmother told me when I shared with her the news that I was going back to school to obtain my Master’s degree. Though this isn’t the normal advice … Continue reading

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Small Tips for Making the Application Process Easier

Posted on by yernazia

Looking back just a year ago when I applied to the MPP program at Price, I remember how challenging it was to balance work (and life) with graduate school applications! I only applied to three schools and my work was … Continue reading

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Transitioning to life as a graduate student

Posted on by rabihaah

As a new  MHA, I am happy to pronounce that the Price School has fulfilled all of my expectations. I have been fortunate enough to experience an effortless transition not only to L.A, but to life as a graduate student … Continue reading

Posted in Master of Health Administration |