How to Apply
The Graduate Admissions office administers the application, admission, and readmission process for all degree-seeking and non-degree seeking graduate students. We are happy to help guide you through the graduate application process.
The Graduate School office in Building 11 is open Monday-Friday from 8 a.m.-5 p.m.
Please check your Application Checklist for outstanding requirements.
During this time, we ask all required admission documents be uploaded to your Application Checklist in MyUWF or emailed to email@example.com. If you mailed in a hard copy of any items, mail will be impacted during this time. For domestic applicants, you may submit an unofficial copy of transcripts, and we will be able to accept those for Provisional Admission, but an official copy of every transcript must be received prior to the first semester of enrollment.
GRE/GMAT/MAT scores are being waived by many colleges/programs for the coming terms due to COVID-19. You can check the Graduate Admission Test Scores section to see if you may qualify.
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*Certain graduate programs have earlier or later application deadlines while others will accept applications after the posted deadline. Please check with the department for deadlines specific to program application deadlines.
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Initial evaluation of application materials
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Once all application materials are submitted, the Graduate School will complete the initial evaluation and forward your application packet to the department for an admission decision. Incomplete applications will not be considered for admission or may be denied admission.
The Graduate School will notify the applicants of the admission decision. Admission to the University is often contingent upon the subsequent receipt of satisfactory and official college or university transcripts and verification of baccalaureate degree. Failure to submit such documents before the end of the second week of class of the initial semester of enrollment may result in the cancellation of admission.