There are several places to find information about graduate study in American philosophy and pragmatism. Questions about graduate programs should be directed to their graduate adviser, and not to SAAP.
American Philosophy Graduate Programs (Wiki).
This wiki provides an unranked list of Ph.D. and terminal M.A. programs that have strengths in American Philosophy. Links are provided to the websites, CVs, and PhilPapers profiles of the relevant faculty at each program. Additionally, when known, the specialties and willingness of faculty members to work with new graduate students are noted. The primary intended audience is prospective or current graduate students with interests in American Philosophy who want to get the lay of the land by seeing who works where, and on what. Because this is a wiki, this list can be updated and edited. Resources for editing this wiki can be found here.
This list is not quite current but may contain helpful information.
The Pluralist’s Guide to Philosophy (TPGP)
Hosted by SPEP, The Pluralist’s Guide makes recommendations specific to graduate work in American philosophy. (Note: this guide is not an official expression of SAAP’s views or officially endorsed by SAAP. It is listed as one more source of information.) In addition, the page hosted by SPEP has information and a cautionary note about rankings/lists seems well suited for those interested in American philosophy as well. That statement is here.