The COGS Connection

In this newsletter… Motivational Quote. Graduate Level Humor. Congratulations, graduates! Fall GA Orientations. New Student Orientation at Fort Worth. Mediation Class. Music Ensemble Opportunities. Alumni Spotlight. Graduate Student Resource Fair. Quote of the Week “You are educated. Your certification is in your degree. You may think of it as the ticket to the good life. Let … Continue reading The COGS Connection

Alumni Spotlight

Born in Mexico, Diana Martinez grew up in Granbury, Texas, and earned her Bachelor of Business Administration in Marketing in 2012. She earned a Master of Business Administration (MBA) degree from Tarleton State University in 2015. Crediting a go-getter spirit and the quality education she received from Tarleton, Diana is devoted to living a purpose … Continue reading Alumni Spotlight

The COGS Connection

In this newsletter… Motivational Quote. Graduate Level Humor. Save the Date! New Accreditation Status. Scholarship Applications. Graduation Tickets. Student Spotlight. Quote of the Week “Keep your face always towards the sunshine, and shadows will fall behind you .” –Walt Whitman Graduate Level Humor Save the Date! Graduate Student Resource Fair and Networking Social Mark your calendars … Continue reading The COGS Connection

The COGS Connection

In this newsletter… Motivational Quote. Graduate Level Humor. Gateway to Goals Series. Upcoming Open House. Peak named Administrator of the Year. GRE Strategy Session. Welcome to the COGS Team. Looking for a Graduate Assistantship? Quote of the Week “Problems are only opportunities in work clothes.” –Henry J. Kaiser Graduate Level Humor Gateway to Goals Webinar Series … Continue reading The COGS Connection

Student Spotlight

Born in New York, raised in North Carolina, and indoctrinated to the camera by 22 years in Los Angeles, Kenn Scott moved to Fort Worth about three years ago. Since arriving in Texas, Kenn has started a consulting company, a children's enrichment program, and a master's program.  A lifelong learner with a desire to continuously … Continue reading Student Spotlight

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In this week’s newsletter…Quote of the Week. Graduate Level Humor. Gateway to Goals Series. Upcoming Open House. Things to Know. Quote of the Week “Start where you are. Use what you have. Do what you can.” –Arthur Ashe Graduate Level Humor Gateway to Goals Webinar Series Want to learn more about a particular program, explore graduate … Continue reading The COGS Connection

Things to Know! The Grad Student Experience

Deciding to pursue a master's or doctoral degree is a big decision and will be a significant commitment of your time, funds, and energy. In December of '16, I finished my MBA. For the year and a half prior to commencement, I was a part time student and full time employee at Tarleton. In my … Continue reading Things to Know! The Grad Student Experience

The COGS Connection

In this week’s newsletter…Quote of the Week. Graduate Level Humor. Gateway to Goals Series. Flag Carriers Needed. Graduation Info. Quote of the Week “Give me six hours to chop down a tree and I will spend the first four sharpening the ax.” –Abraham Lincoln Graduate Level Humor Gateway to Goals Webinar Series Want to learn more … Continue reading The COGS Connection

The COGS Connection

In this week’s newsletter…Quote of the Week. Graduate Level Humor. Loan Repayment Program. COGS Open House at FW. Alumni Spotlight. Quote of the Week “Well begun is half done.” –Aristotle Graduate Level Humor Loan Repayment Program for Mental Health Professionals The deadline is approaching to apply for the Loan Repayment Program for Mental Health Professionals! The … Continue reading The COGS Connection

Alumni Spotlight

A Colorado native, Richard Savage came to Texas to play college baseball at Lubbock Christian University.  He graduated in 1999 with bachelor’s degrees in Psychology and Social Work.  Rich began his career in law enforcement with Dallas Police, where he worked in an undercover unit that focused on property and violent crimes.  He moved to … Continue reading Alumni Spotlight