School of Health

Graduate Academic Resources

Graduate Student Advising Program

You are assigned an Advising Dean who is a resource to support your academic success and recognizing you as a whole person. We assist with plans of study, policies, and managing the demands of graduate school as an adult learner.

Find Your Advisor/Academic Dean

Master’s Programs

Health Systems Administration

Angel Phan, angel.phan@georgetown.edu

Graduate Student Resources

Academic Resource Center (ARC)

Graduate Bulletin (from GSAS)

Graduate Student Life Guide (from GSAS)

Commencement

CURA Resources

This is a collection of videos and audio recordings to build skills for the graduate student as a whole person, in the spirit of cura personalis.

Cura Transition or Recalibrating for Graduate School

Visit this content in sequence to maximize the impact; however, each segment has value when viewed individually.

Introduction to Cura — Find out what the program is about and tips for getting the most out of it.

Week 1

Sleep — Sleep is essential for learning and having the energy to tackle school. Learn how to get more consistent sleep in this 10-minute audio.

Week 2

Time Study — Want to free up a few hours? The first step is figuring out how you spend your time. This 7-minute audio will help you get the data you need to figure out how to get more time.

Week 3

Get More Time — Three techniques to free up your time in a 27-minute audio. Great return on investment!

Week 4

Purpose— Being able to articulate your purpose keeps you grounded, is motivational, and helps you to spend your time where it matters. 6 minutes.

Helpful Academic and Balance Content

How to Study at the Graduate Level — Build on your study skills to achieve success at the graduate level. This 26-minute video is a combination of time management tips and deeply engaging techniques to achieve strong academic results.

How to Work, and By Work I Mean Study, From Home — Three practical tips to maximize the quality and the effectiveness of studying from home, a 16-minute audio recording.

Take your Best Test — Tips on test taking skills and managing anxiety around testing, a 45-minute video with slides.