Office of Graduate Admissions
International: Admission Checklist
Plan to begin the application process at least nine months in advance of when you would like to begin your program to ensure that you have time to meet admissions, scholarship and financial aid deadlines, and take any required exams. Your application will be evaluated once we have a complete application packet.
Submit the Graduate Studies International Admissions Application . The following documents must accompany the application:
- International Data Sheet
- Copy of current passport
- Request for I-20 form
Declaration of Financial Resources statement
Submit $30.00 Non refundable Application Fee.
Submit two official transcripts from all previous colleges or universities. Original transcripts are required even if the courses from one school appear on the transcript of another. Transcripts must be in a sealed envelope from each college or universitiy attended.
NOTE: All students with undergraduate or graduate degrees granted in countries outside the United States are required to have an outside international credential evaluation done. See the Acceptable Evaluation Agencies page for a list of agencies you may use.
Submit supporting documents for the individual program to which you are applying. Application requirements vary by program. The processing of your application will not be completed until the Graduate Admissions Office receives all of the required documents for your program.
Submit your Immunization Records .
Apply for financial aid.
(NOTE: Does not apply to certificate programs. Certificate programs are currently not eligible for financial aid.)
- Check your admission status.