<aside> 💡 Particularly for students on the margins (BIPOC, WOC, first-generation, low-income, trans-folks, students with disabilities, etc.), applying to and surviving a Ph.D. program can be a lot. After a long, painful and ultimately rewarding graduate school experience, I’ve compiled some advice, resources, and other tools for prospective and current graduate students below.


🧰 PhD Student Resources

Ph.D Student Resources

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Did any of these resources assist you? I’m so glad. I do these things 100% to assist folks like you. I have been encouraged in the spirit of acknowledging the labor of Black women to create a way to support my work if you’d like. So **here you can buy me a coffee** (or three) if I've offered value to you in some way. This is an absolutely optional way to share gratitude (not meant for my students), sending an email is also really great too.