Top 10 Tips for Communicating with Us

During the early portion of the fall of 2010 we published a series of entries providing notes on things to consider when contacting our office, looking for information, and when applying.  In order to have a single reference point, we decided to combine all of these entries into a single entry.

What you see below are links to the 10 posts.  If you have yet to review the list, we highly recommend doing so. All of the information will help to ensure that we are able to assist you in the best manner possible and that you will be able to submit your application smoothly.

Number 1: Use the Same Email Address and a Descriptive Subject Line

Number 2: Don’t create duplicate applications

Number 3: Be concise in your emails & don’t spam everybody

Number 4: Thoroughly review our FAQ Page

Number 5: When leaving a voicemail, speak slowly and state your telephone number twice

Number 6: Use a private mail courier for snail mail

Number 7: Check out our student, alumni, faculty, staff interview page

Number 8: Familiarize yourself with expenses, and search for fellowships ASAP

Number 9: Attend an information session, tour, or recruitment event

Number 10: Subscribe to this blog

"The most global public policy school, where an international community of students and faculty address world challenges."

—Merit E. Janow, Dean, SIPA, Professor of Practice, International and Economic Law and International Affairs

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