- Choosing a philosophy graduate program by Keith DeRose (Yale)
- Applying to graduate schools from The Philosophical Gourmet Report
- The American Philosophical Association On-Line: The online site of the main professional organization for graduate and undergraduate philosophers. The site has meeting notes, organization information, and web resources.
- Why? Philosophy radio show broadcasting out of the University of North Dakota
Online Research Sites (available in general only if logged on through Carleton or another subscribing institution):
- Routledge Encyclopedia of Philosophy
- Stanford Encyclopedia of Philosophy
- Philosopher's Index: Abstracts and bibliographic information for virtually all philosophical periodicals since 1940.
- JSTOR: Access to back issues up until the last five years or so from a number of leading philosophical periodicals.
- Gould Library Philosophy Research Guide (available without login)
- PhilPapers: a fantastic starting point for searching for papers.
Advising: The Chair of the Department (currently Jason Decker) is typically the academic advisor for all majors.
Student Departmental Advisor: An SDA, knowledgeable of the ins and outs of the Philosophy program, is appointed each year through the Office of the Dean of Students. For 2015-2016, the SDA is Alexandra Chang '16. Alex is available with advice, especially at registration times. (In addition, of course, any faculty member will be happy to speak with any students about any aspect of the Philosophy program.)
Undergraduate Philosophy Journals (where you can submit your work):
Here is a link to the undergraduate philosophy journal about Existentialism published by Carleton and St. Olaf students: The Reed