Prospective Students

Are you a prospective student? At the Dietrich School, we'll help you write your success story. Discover how your story begins.

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Whether you're just beginning your undergraduate career at the Dietrich School, are seeking research or enrichment opportunities, or are nearing graduation, discover the "more" to your story.

Graduate Students

Graduate students come to the Dietrich School for outstanding educational opportunities and stay for the balanced life: school, family, work, recreation, and service. 


Our world-class faculty members are leaders in research and scholarship in their respective disciplines. Discover resources for current and prospective faculty members.


Dietrich School staff are essential members of our community, and they play a critical role in ensuring student and faculty success. Find personal and professional development opportunities for staff members.


As one of 90,000 alumni representing 42 academic departments and programs, you're invited to learn more about opportunities to engage in the life of the school while you write the rest of your story.


Headlines & Highlights

Caitlin Bruce
Dietrich School Faculty Member Receives Early Career Award

Caitlin Bruce, assistant professor in the Dietrich School's Department of Communication, is the recipient of the National Communication Association Rhetorical and Communication Theory (RCT) Division's 2019 Early Career Award.

Julian Gill-Peterson
Dietrich School Faculty Member Wins Lambda Literary Award

Julian Gill-Peterson, as assistant professor in the Dietrich School's Department of English, is the recipient of the Lambda Literary Award for Transgender Nonfiction for their book Histories of the Transgender Child.

Robin Brooks
Dietrich School Professor Receives Post-Doctoral Fellowship

Robin Brooks, an assistant professor in the Dietrich School's Department of Africana Studies, is the recipient of a 2019-20 Ford Foundation Post-Doctoral Fellowship, which is administered by the National Academies of Sciences, Engineering, and Medicine. The fellowship program seeks to increase the diversity of the nation's college and university faculties by increasing their ethnic and racial diversity, to maximize the educational benefits of diversity, and to increase the number of professors who can and will use diversity as a resource for enriching the education of all students.