Graduate School

Pursing a graduate or professional degree is an important decision that requires significant planning.   For students exploring graduate school options other than health and law, there are graduate school advising liaisons in each department. Typically, students should start the the process early to allow time for them to think about what they might like to do and why; then they can consider all of their options and ultimately prepare the best application materials possible.

The Career Services Office maintains a graduate school website with helpful information and resources including:

Kaplan TestPrep provides free, online graduate practice tests in most areas (e.g. GRE, LSAT, MCAT, GMAT, OAT, DAT). Here is a registration link you may share with students interested in online test opportunities for the fall 2012 semester:


Lafayette College reserves the right in its sole judgment to amend any policy or program described herein without prior notice to persons who might thereby be affected. At its sole option, the College may suspend or eliminate courses, academic departments, or degree programs; change curricular offerings, graduation requirements, and regulations on standing of students; alter its class schedule and academic calendar; or make changes of any nature whenever in its judgment such changes are desirable for any reason. The provisions of this publication are not to be regarded as an irrevocable contract between the College and the student. Payment of tuition or attendance at any classes shall constitute acceptance by the student of the College's rights as set forth in this paragraph.