Early Identification Program

Graduate School Resources

It’s never too early to start planning for graduate school! This page provides information and links that you will find useful in your search for: the right graduate school; assistance with the graduate/professional school application process and test preparation; and funding sources (fellowships, scholarships, grants).

Graduate School Information

GO-MAP (Graduate Opportunities and Minority Achievement Program)

GO-MAP┬áis a division of the University of Washington’s Graduate School. GO-MAP’s mission is to promote greater access to advanced studies for students of color and traditionally underrepresented groups. Aside from supporting UW graduate students both personally and professionally, GO-MAP offers scholarships for UW graduate and professional students, holds events throughout the year, sponsors lecture series and symposia, and supports student participation in national conferences. GO-MAP also co-sponsors many EIP events, including the Annual Spring Research Conference held every May. You can contact GO-MAP for information or questions at gomap@u.washington.edu


The McNair Program provides links to sources of information on selecting and applying to graduate school. These sources are primarily meant for students who plan to pursue a Ph.D.


Gradschools.com is a searchable database of graduate programs around the country.


Graduate Funding through GFIS


Graduate Funding through the UW Graduate School