Graduate School Information & Resources
The sociology department at Colorado College has seen quite a few of its graduates pursue advanced degrees in sociology and other related fields. Recently we have placed students in programs at Princeton University, Indiana University, University of Pennsylvania, University of Maryland-College Park, and Stanford.
Top Graduate Programs in Sociology
15. Duke University
22. Yale University
24. Brown University
36. Emory University
42. Boston College
Graduate school can be expensive! Luckily, there are many resources and scholarships available to help ease the burden. Be sure to work with the career center and with your specific programs of interest to find the best funding opportunity for you. Here are a few unique graduate school funding opportunities that are worth considering:
Scholarship for graduate school in humanities and social sciences. Available to Colorado College Juniors with at least a 3.7 GPA interested in graduate school in the humanities and social sciences with a documented history of need-based financial aid.
Full-cost scholarships to pursue a graduate degree at Cambridge University:
“Gates Cambridge Scholarships are prestigious, highly competitive full-cost scholarships. They are awarded to outstanding applicants from countries outside the UK to pursue a full-time postgraduate degree in any subject available at the University of Cambridge.”
One year of post graduate study in Ireland/Northern Ireland in any discipline available to Colorado College graduating seniors and recent grads wishing to study in Ireland. Covers tuition, housing, a living expenses stipend, and international travel.
$30,000 for graduate study available to Colorado College juniors and intend to pursue a career in government / public service and whose GPA places them in the upper quarter of their class.
Two years at any college or university in the U.K. Available to Colorado College Graduates in the past three years who have proven intellectual and academic achievement as well as active involvement in their community; U.S. citizen, GPA 3.8 or above.
Two to three years at Oxford University.