Alumni Tracking

California Pre-Doctoral Program

The information you provide is to help the future Pre-Doctoral Scholars. This information will only be shared with our board to report on the status of the Pre-Doctoral Program.

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Pre-Doctoral Information
  1. At which CSU campus were you a Pre-Doctoral Scholar?
  2. In what academic year were you a Scholar?
  3. Did you enroll in a graduate program following completion of your Pre-Doctoral year? Yes No
    1. If yes, at which university?
    2. What degree did you pursue?
    3. In which discipline?
    4. What was your first year of enrollment in that degree? YYYY
    5. Did you complete that degree? Yes No
    6. In what year did you receive that degree?
  4. Did you enroll in any subsequent graduate program? Yes No
    1. If yes, at which university?
    2. What degree did you pursue?
    3. In which discipline?
    4. What was your first year of enrollment in that degree?
    5. Did you complete that degree? Yes No
    6. In what year did you receive that degree? YYYY
  5. Have you obtained employment as a faculty member or college/university administrator? Yes No In Progress
    1. If yes, at which educational institution are you employed?
    2. What was your year of first employment?
    3. What is your current position?
  6. Did you attend the California Forum for Diversity in Graduate Education? Yes No
  7. Did you obtain a loan under the CSU's Forgivable Loan/Doctoral Incentive Program? Yes No
  8. Based on your own experience as a Sally Casanova California Pre-Doctoral Scholar, do you have any suggestions of ways the program could be made more effective in preparing students for successful admission into a doctoral program?
  9. Based on your own experience, do you have any suggestions of ways the California Pre-Doctoral Program, the California Forum for Diversity in Graduate Education, and the CSU Forgivable Loan/Doctoral Incentive Program could be made to work more effectively in conjunction with each other, so that students receive the maximum benefit from them?