Established in 1970, Graduate Guide is a convenient reference tool for college students to quickly locate schools offering the graduate programs they want. More than 1,000 colleges and universities use Graduate Guide to help their students with a genuine interest in postgraduate study.
What’s in a Graduate Guide?
- Graduate Majors and Related Careers
- Comprehensive Financial Aid Info
- Cross Reference Section of Graduate Majors for all 50 states
- Graduate School Editorial and Infographics
- Graduate Test Dates and Information
- Online Degree Program Information
Who gets copies of Graduate Guide?
What are Regional Editions?
Regional Editions of Graduate Guide
- New York Metro (Four-year colleges located in New York City, Long Island, Westchester, Rockland, Putnam, Dutchess, Orange, Ulster counties)
- Upstate New York – Canada (Four-year colleges located in New York State north of Poughkeepsie and Canadian Provinces of Ontario and Quebec)
- New Jersey-Pennsylvania (Four-year colleges located in these two states)
- New England (Four-year colleges located in Connecticut, Rhode Island, Massachusetts, Vermont, New Hampshire, Maine)
- Delmarva (Four-year colleges located in Delaware, Maryland, Virginia, West Virginia, District of Columbia)
- Ohio-Michigan-Indiana (Four-year colleges located in these three states)
- Illinois-Wisconsin (Four-year colleges located in these two states)
- Southeastern States (Four-year colleges located in North Carolina, South Carolina, Kentucky, Tennessee, Georgia, Florida)