Application fees are non-refundable and should be sent with your application.
Undergraduate applicants: $25
Master's applicants: $50
Doctoral applicants: $75
Graduate applicants should also send:
- Credential Evaluation from a NACES Member Group [if your previous degree or diploma was obtained at an institution outside the United States.]
- English Proficiency Requirement (TOEFL, IELTS or Completion of the 112 level through ELS Education Services Inc.'s Language Centers.) [if your previous degree was from an institution where English is not the foundational language.]
- GRE/GMAT and other test scores (when applicable).
If you have completed
your baccalaureate studies in a country other than the U.S., you are
required to submit official transcripts and an evaluation from an agency
approved by the National Association of Credential Evaluation Agencies. A course by
course credential evaluation, by a NACES member will be required. Visit
www.naces.org/members.html to search for an evaluation service provider. Early application is essential for review of documentation and entry
visa processing by the Office of International Services. Applicants must
possess an acceptable bachelor's degree based on four or more years
after grade 12, or the equivalent, from an accredited and approved
institution of higher learning.
Upon acceptance additional documents will be required in order to obtain your I20. Click here to learn more.