Admission Dates & Deadlines
2014-15 Graduate School Application Deadlines
Classes Begin: Jan. 8th
Nov. 30 for U.S. Applicants or Permanent Residents
Sept. 1 for international students currently outside the United States
Oct. 15 for international students currently inside the United States
Classes Begin: May 19th
April 30 for U.S. Applicants or Permanent Residents
Feb. 1 for international students currently outside the United States
March 15 for international students currently inside the United States
Classes Begin: Aug. 20th
July 16 for U.S. Applicants or Permanent Residents
April 1 for international students currently outside the United States
June 1 for international students currently inside the United States
1. U.S. Citizens or Permanent Residents are encouraged to submit all application materials at least 2 months before the anticipated date of registration. Earlier submission may increase the likelihood of admission and the awarding of an assistantship. The priority date for seeking financial aid for Fall semester is February 15. While applications may be accepted after the dates listed, we do not guarantee that they will be processed in time for that semester.
2. International Applicants are strongly encouraged to submit all application materials, including the financial affidavit, at least 6 months prior to registration if they are currently residing outside the United States. An international applicant currently residing in the United States should try to complete their application at least 4 months before registration.
Applications submitted well in advance of posted deadlines are more likely to result in receipt of admission and immigration materials in time for visa and travel arrangements to be completed. Applicants seeking an assistantship for the fall semester should apply by the priority date of February 15.
Non-degree applications should be submitted no less than one week prior to the beginning of each semester. The fourth day of classes each semester is the absolute deadline for non-degree applications.
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