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Virtual Graduate Fair

Graduate Fair

Join us for our Virtual Graduate Fair, which will help you explore your academic options and find the program that's right for you. Hosted by Drexel University, this engaging and informative event will allow you to meet with graduate representatives from colleges and universities from across the region — all virtually!

There is no need for you to bring anything more than your questions, and pre-registration is required. You will not want to miss out on this invaluable opportunity to hear from admissions teams and key faculty members about their school's graduate offerings.

Thursday, November 5
11 a.m. to 1 p.m.

If you have an existing Handshake account, you can register online for the Virtual Graduate Fair:

Register for the Virtual Graduate Fair

Don't have a Handshake account yet? As a current student or alumni, your school must be partnered with Handshake to create an account. Sign up on Handshake and search for your school name from the drop-down menu to proceed. Once you have selected your school, sign in by either using your school's login option or by entering your .edu email address. If there is not an account on file for you, you will be prompted to set up an account. Select "I'm a Student or Alumni" to proceed with account creation.

After registering, you can create a personalized schedule. You will have to opportunity to sign up for 30-minute group information sessions hosted by participating institutions and 10-minute individual meetings with admissions representatives. Watch this five-minute video for an overview of how this will work within Handshake. There is no limit on the amount of information sessions or individual meetings you register for, but it is recommended you create a schedule prior to the event.

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