Thinking about Graduate School? Consider Tiger View

Wondering about the Graduate School Application Process?  Considering Mizzou Psychological Sciences for Grad School?

The TigerView Campus Visitation Program aims to prepare participants to successfully apply to the graduate program of their choice, explore the opportunities for research and academic growth available at Mizzou, and engage participants in social activities, tours, and interaction with current faculty, administrators, staff, and graduate students connected to one's area of interest. 2020

Members of racial or ethnic groups underrepresented in graduate education (i.e., Black/African Americans, American Indians, Alaska Native, Hispanic/Latinx, or Native Pacific Islander) are strongly encouraged to apply. First-generation college students (including Ronald E. McNair Scholars) are strongly encouraged to apply.

TigerView participants will arrive on Sunday, October 4th, and have workshops and program visits on Monday and Tuesday, October 5th, and 6th. Return travel will be scheduled for October 7th.

What can TigerView do for you? The program prepares you to apply to any graduate school (especially MU Psychological Sciences) and to explore all that Mizzou has to offer. During the visit, you will:

  1. Receive information about the opportunities for research and academic growth available to students at MU, a leading research university;
  2. Have opportunities to network with current faculty, administrators, graduate students and staff in Psychological Sciences;
  3. Participate in workshops about different aspects of the graduate school application process (e.g., the admissions process, funding sources, personal statement, and more);
  4. Enjoy walking around campus, dining at different local restaurants, and having a private visit with our department.

For more information on TigerView, please visit   https://gradschool.missouri.edu/inclusive-excellence/diversity-inclusion-initiatives/tiger-view/

Students at Mizzou

Students in the Mizzou Department of Psychological Sciences