If you have received a fellowship offer, you will be receiving a separate email announcing your award details.
If you have been offered admission, you will be asked to accept or decline the offer through the “Reply to Offer of Admission” form.
The Graduate Division then reviews the recommended applicants and ensures they comply with the requirements for admission. You will be notified of your application decision by email which will be posted on your status page.
You apply for graduate admission online, and will be required to submit the application fee using a major credit card. You will also be asked to upload your transcripts and provide the contact information for your recommenders.
Your recommenders will receive an email at the email address you provide when you apply and will be asked to follow a link to submit their recommendation. After submitting your application, you may check the status of the materials received or processed, such as: fee waivers, test scores, letters of recommendation, and admission decision. Please contact your department if you need to make any changes or need to provide additional application materials. Admission decisions are based on departmental review, using a combination of factors, including academic degrees and records, the statement of purpose, letters of recommendation, test scores, your research interests, your background and life experience, how well your goals match the degree program, and your relevant work experience.
All graduate students are subject to policies concerning registration that are administered by the Graduate Division, through the Degrees office.
Deadlines and contact information for many specific registration issues are set by the university Registrar, and forms required may be available through the Registrar’s website, as noted in this section.