The Graduate Center for Excellence at St. Mary’s university is federally funded from a Title V Promoting Postbaccalaureate Opportunities for Hispanic Americans Program (PPOHA) grant. The center includes collaborative learning stations with extensive access to technology designed exclusively for graduate student use.
The Graduate Center for Excellence hosts programming to support graduate student success, including seminars to support research and writing for academic, professional and personal development. It is located on the southwest corner of the third floor of the Louis J. Blume Library.
The Graduate Center for Excellence follows the hours of the Blume Library for the second and third floors.
The Graduate Student Success Seminars will be a series of engaging seminars designed to support graduate students with a focus on research and writing support.
Seminars are taught by faculty and will be held in the Graduate Center for Excellence. Seminars are broadcast and recorded for online student participation. All graduate-level students from the Greehey School of Business, the School of Humanities and Social Sciences, and the School of Science, Engineering and Technology are invited to participate. Space is limited and registration is required. Current students can find information on upcoming seminars via Gateway.
Graduate Center for Excellence
Blume Library, third floor