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Graduate Application

Graduate Admissions

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Admission Deadlines


US Students

Degree Seeking

Apply Now Online 
This link will take you to the Graduate Online Application Guide.   


Downloadable U.S. Graduate Application Form 
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This form can be submitted by email or can be printed and mailed to:

UAH Graduate Studies Admissions 
University Center 106
Huntsville, AL 35899 

 

Non-Degree Seeking

Downloadable Non-Degree Graduate Application Form (Not Available on the Apply Online Section)

International Students

Apply Now Online 
This link will take you to the Graduate Online Application Guide.


Downloadable International Graduate Application Form 
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Downloadable Affidavit of Financial Support  .pdf

In order to expedite processing, please use one envelope for all enclosures and do not staple your information together.

Mail completed packet to:

UAH Graduate Studies Admissions 
University Center 106
Huntsville, AL 35899 

 


Biological Sciences Information

For students applying to the master's program in Biological Sciences, please complete the Biological Sciences secondary application and reference letter, as well as the general Application for Admission. Please send the additional Biological Sciences forms to the Office of Graduate Admissions.

Biological Sciences Cover Letter 
Biological Sciences Secondary Application 
Biological Sciences Reference Letter

 


Transcripts

Graduate Studies Admission requires an OFFICIAL transcripts.  Please contact your previous university or college to request your transcript be sent directly to our office in an offical, sealed envelope:

UAH Graduate Admissions
University Center 106
Huntsville, Alabama 35899

 

Graduate Assistantships

Graduate assistantships have been established to provide financial assistance to graduate students as they pursue a degree. Assistantship appointments are made through the various graduate departments and programs under the auspices of the School of Graduate Studies. There are two kinds of assistantships available: Graduate Teaching Assistantships (GTA) and Graduate Research Assistantships (GRA). GTAs share the faculty's responsibility for teaching, while a GRA does research under the supervision of a faculty member. A graduate assistant must be registered for at least nine semester hours of graduate, credit courses during Spring and Fall (6 hours in Summer) in which they hold an appointment.

Tuition and fees up to ten hours per semester are paid in behalf of all GTAs and GRAs. In addition, single-person health insurance coverage is paid by the University on behalf of all graduate assistants.

Graduate assistantship support is classified according to three educational levels: Level I (pre-master's), Level II (post-master's/passed the Ph.D. preliminary examination), and Level III (passed the Ph.D. Qualifying Examination). Stipend ranges for each assistant are set by each department or program, subject to the ranges set by the Graduate School and reviewed by the Graduate Council each Spring for the following academic year. The current (AY 2004-2005) stipend ranges are:

Level I: $3375 - $7400/semester
Level II: $4725 - $8300/semester
Level III: $5625 - $11000/semester

Submit a Graduate Assistantship Application pdf