You made it! It is the end of the spring semester. While most of you are finishing up your final exams and getting ready for graduation, I wanted to say thank you so much for providing me the opportunity to share my experiences here at USG with you. It was truly a pleasure. I hope you enjoyed reading my blog posts as much as I enjoyed sharing them with you. I have always wanted to blog, so I was really excited when I found out that I was going to be one of the bloggers USG. I wanted to provide some insights from the perspective of someone who attended USG as an undergrad and grad.
Additionally, I wanted to take this time to remind those who are graduating this month that as USG alumni, you can still use certain services at USG. Below, I provided you with the list of student services and which services they can provide you as an alumnus.
Center for Academic Success (CAS)
If you are planning on applying to graduate school, you can schedule writing consultation appointments with CAS to review your personal statement for graduate school. They also have summer Graduate Record Examinations (GRE) workshops to help you prepare to take the GRE exam. If you are interested in this workshop, stop by CAS or call them to ask about it.
Career and Internship Services Center (CISC) –
If you are in the process of looking for jobs, I highly recommend using CISC. As an alumnus, you can still come to them to get your resume reviewed and use their USG Career Connector to search for jobs. Also, there some USG events that alumni are welcome to attend so stay tuned.
Lastly, USG has an Alumni Ambassador at USG Facebook page. Please like the page to get updates about any upcoming alumni events at USG. Also visit USG’s Power of 9 page to read about other alumni’s stories.
Graduate School at USG
Will you be returning to USG for graduate school? If so, do not forget to participate in the Graduate Student Association (GSA) and help be the voice of graduate students at USG.
What do you have planned for the summer?
I will be taking two summer courses for a month then I have the rest of July and August available! Wuhuu!! PLUS, I’m getting married in August so having July and August free is great. I wish you all the best!
Have a great summer!