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The Graduate School provides several opportunities for prospective students to meet with faculty and staff to learn how Hood’s graduate programs prepare students to go further in their lives, in their careers and in their communities. Once enrolled, new students are invited to orientations that introduce them to the campus, student amenities and faculty.

Individual visits

The Graduate School staff is available to meet with individuals to discuss educational plans and options. Schedule an appointment or email us at GoFurther@Hood.edu. The Graduate School is located on the 3rd floor of the Apple Resource Center, which is adjacent to the Whitaker Campus Center. You can view the campus map to locate these lots. Appointments are available on most days from 8:30 am to 4:30 pm.

Parking on campus

Three campus parking lots are reserved for visitors: Whitaker Campus Center, Hodson Drive and Chapel. Visitors who are on campus for an open house or an appointment and plan to park in one of these lots, should print out the visitor parking pass and display it in their front windshield. You can view the campus map to locate these lots.

Admission Café Chat Room

April 2, 12:15 p.m.-12:45 p.m.

Register Today!

Admission%20Cafe.PNGThese online sessions enable prospective students to learn about the Hood College Graduate School and specific programs of interest—conveniently from home or work during their lunch hour.

Each webinar will provide an opportunity to engage directly with our admissions team and will include a brief presentation. Topics will include key areas such as program structure, curriculum goals, career advancement and more.

 

Cotton Cyber Lecture Series

Tuesday, April 9th at 7:00 p.m. in Hood Auditorium, Rosenstock Hall

Open to the Public

monsegur_hector(300)_0.jpgHood College will host Hector Monsegur, a former hacker who breached major corporations and governments, but turned in his "black hat" for a "white hat". Hector has helped the FBI prevent more than 300 cyber-attacks on systems controlled by the military and NASA.  He is currently Director of Assessment Services at Rhino Security Labs. The event is part of Hood College's Cotton Cyber Lecture Series and is open to the public, especially those who are thinking of pursuing a degree in cybersecurity.