Welcome to Graduate Studies:
On behalf of our president and provost, I am proud that you have selected Alcorn State University to further your graduate education. I welcome you to a rich, vibrant learning community abounding with an exceptionally talented cohort of diverse students. Graduate faculty, hailing from nationally-ranked universities throughout the country and world, are committed to your academic excellence.
To our loyal alumni and friends, we heartily invite your collaboration in the important endeavor of educating the next generation of advanced agriculturalists, artists, business leaders, educators, musicians, nurses, professionals, researchers, scholars, scientists, and specialists.
To future students, please contact us, or drop by our office to discover how you can be part of our rich, scholarly community. Explore our Graduate Studies Catalog where you will find more about our academic programs, vibrant campus life, admissions process, and Braves athletics. Aldo, you may visit our webpage at http://www.alcorn.edu/academics/graduate/index.aspx. Your application ensures that our graduate programs are replete with highly-talented, diverse learners who enrich the learning experience. If my staff and I can do anything to make your graduate experience even more academically rewarding, please do not hesitate to let us know.
I look forward to meeting you. I anticipate listening to you at our graduate student association meetings; collaborating on committee work; engaging with you at a campus symposium, workshop, exhibit, or arts performance; and cheering with you at a Braves athletics event. Most of all, I am ecstatic at the prospect of congratulating you as you alight from the stage with your freshly-presented Alcorn graduate degree in hand.
Yes, at Alcorn, you can pursue your loftiest dreams-and achieve them as well. Our friendly and professional staff stand ready to facilitate the admissions-to-completion process. Therefore, make your application for Graduate Studies, today. Join us on the amazing adventure to achieve the Alcorn graduate degree.
Donzell Lee, Ph.D.
Provost and Executive Vice President for Academic Affairs