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A HUGE shout-out to two Seeples

Here’s a HUGE shout-out to two recent grads who were named to the Forbes Social Entrepreneurs 30 Under 30 List. Tsechu Dolma MPA ’15, and Sabrina-Natasha Habib MPA-DP ’16.

Don’t forget about today’s fellowship deadline

Just a friendly reminder that your Fall 2017 application with fellowship consideration is due today, Jan. 5, 2017. 🙂 Oh, and some details on what it means to submit a completed application for review.

Our top blog posts from 2016

Here’s a look at the blog posts our readers loved the most from 2016.

We’re closed for Christmas, but don’t panic

The Office of Admissions & Financial Aid operates on a holiday schedule for the next two weeks. While we have limited office hours, that doesn’t mean we’re not here to help you finish your application for admission. Read this post to see which blog posts we recommend you review prior to submitting your app, as well as to review our hours of operation. Happy Holidays!

Tips on the short essay policy question

Pen resting on a sheet of paper

The deadlines for Fall 2017 application are almost here and a lot of you are in the process of working on your admission essays. The second essay for this cycle (Fall 2017/Spring 2018) asks applicants to express their views about a policy-related question. This is a mandatory essay and the prompt for this changes every year. So PA Sadia Afreen thought it was a good idea to share her take on this year’s prompt and some advice on how you can approach writing it.