A recommendation from an accounting professor is required when applying to the MAcc or MSTax programs. We are required to have transcripts from every institution that you have attended, even if you transferred and graduated from another institution.Generally, the admissions committee is able to reach a decision within 7-10 business days from the time your application is complete.We are looking for evidence of curiosity, creativity, commitment, resilience.We are excited to see your talent, read your writing, watch your robots, envision your business plan, accompany you in your service, or whatever you would like to share. Acceptance to the Program presupposes a complete and successful application to the University itself.
You may also submit an IELTS report with a minimum score of 6.5.Gonzaga has "rolling" admissions with no specific deadlines.However, it is best if you submit all application materials a minimum of three months prior to the beginning of the semester you wish to begin classes.Gonzaga has four start dates: fall (late August), spring (mid-January), summer I (mid-May) and summer II (late June).When evaluating applicants we consider their letters of recommendation, GMAT score of 500 (or GRE equivalent for MBA candidates), cumulative GPA (3.0 minimum), application essays, professional resume, and leadership potential.I maintain that if we all spoke before thinking and took action without leadership, communication and leadership could not exist.As a result of this observance, therefore, I will try to describe...*Remember: We encourage families to submit The Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA) as soon as possible on or after October 1.The FAFSA Filing Priority Consideration Date for first-year students is December 1, but later submissions are welcomed.One literary work that I always find inspiring is Robert Frost's "The Road Not Taken".In Frost's poem the speaker, on the verge of making a decision, symbolizes this decision by using a reference to one road forking into two. Why would you make a good candidate for our school?