Ronald E. McNair Postbaccalaureate Achievement Program

McNair is one of the TRIO programs funded under Title IV of the Higher Education Act of 1965. It is designed to encourage and prepare low-income, first-generation in college, and minority students to pursue doctoral degrees and careers in college teaching.

Social Justice and Anti-Racism Resources for Graduate Education

These curated resources are intended to help support reflection, dialogue, and action by graduate education leaders, faculty, staff, and students.

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Admissions & Recruitment

Diversity enhances the learning of all students. To help support your diversity goals, CGS offers information and resources on holistic admissions.

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Enrollment Trends

Our data on trends in graduate enrollment and completion help deans track their progress in diversifying programs.

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Degree Completion

Understand the factors associated with successful completion of graduate programs, including for underrepresented minority students.

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Supporting URM Students during Covid

CGS launched a study to understand challenges underrepresented students faced in starting or continuing graduate study during the pandemic.

Investigating Challenges to Matriculation and Completion for Underrepresented STEM Graduate Students during the COVID-19 Pandemic