Career Center

University of Mississippi


Links for Graduate Students

Graduate Guide

Print and online publication that assists students in the search for the right college or graduate school

A directory of thousands of American graduate programs.

Peterson’s Graduate Student Channel

Educational portal that comprises the web’s most comprehensive listing of accredited programs and information on graduate school examinations.


Grad Resources is a non-profit organization that serves the practical and emotional
needs of graduate students.


Graduate Degree In Nursing Resource

Graduate Nursing Opportunities – Search for programs and career opportunities in the Graduate Nursing field.


Master’s In Education Guide

The website content was developed by Kim Wood an educational consultant and classroom teacher with 30+ years of experience. The site we have created contains the most complete database of graduate education programs on the web — featuring over 3,000 programs. It also contains interviews with current students, job resources, informative articles and state-by-state certification information.


Graduate Degrees in Education

The most complete directory on the web of teacher education degree and certificate programs offered by over 1,700 colleges.


The National Association of Graduate and Professional Students (NAGPS)

An extremely comprehensive site


Association for the Support of Graduate Students (ASGS)

Perhaps not quite as comprehensive as the NAGPS, but useful.


A Better Chance’s Resource Bank

Resources for educational funding.


Consortium for Minority Graduate Study in Management

An alliance of business schools, corporations, and minority alumni providing fellowships, graduate school preparation, internship assistance, and career networking.


Black Collegian

Premier career site for students of color


Hispanic Association of Colleges and Universities

Website for HACU, an organization that represents more than 300 colleges and universities committed to Hispanic higher education success. Works with universities as well as provides access to educational funding and career development opportunities.



An online service that assists you in managing your own credentials Diversity Page

General links for information about diversity programs


The Keogh Plan

Page includes advice for getting in and surviving graduate school. Links to graduate fellowships, academic job advertisements, and grant writing


Tom Finin’s Grad Student Page

This page contains pointers to information for graduate students and students contemplating graduate study in Computer Science, Computer Engineering and Electrical Engineering.


Academic Employment Network

AEN is continually striving to bring you the most comprehensive listing of educational positions available throughout North America


Academic Keys

As the premier Employment Service for Higher Education, provides the most comprehensive listing of academic positions


FinAid: The Financial Aid Information Page

Offers an array of funding sources for graduate students


Bank of America Student Banking

Lists banking products and financial aid information that they offer to graduate students.

Formally is an excellent interactive site that features an online bookstore, career center, discussion board, and case reviews.



Online magazine for law students provides lots of free material including articles, law reports, net radio and television interviews and selected SPR course materials.


Year-Off Training Program for Graduate or Medical Students


 Resources in Art History for Graduate Students

This continuously updated newsletter lists grants, fellowships, internships and study abroad opportunities for graduate students in art history and closely related areas such as humanities and visual art studies.

Robert A. Toigo Foundation

Provides financial support, mentoring, and professional development to graduate business students to advance them within the global finance community.


The PhD Project

An initiative designed to increase the diversity of business school faculty by supporting Native Americans, Hispanic Americans, and African Americans in business doctoral programs.