Graduate Student Handbook | Graduate Admissions
Graduate Admissions Contact
For domestic applicants, click for information about applying to any graduate program other than Chemistry, Communication Disorders, Creative Writing, Physics, Psychology, Public Policy, or the Graduate School of Business.
For all international applicants, click for information about applying to any graduate program other than Chemistry, Creative Writing, Physics, Psychology, Public Policy, or the Graduate School of Business.
- Communication Disorders program
- Creative Writing Program
- Environmental Dynamics
- Public Policy Ph.D. program
- Graduate School of Business
The Domestic Applicant
Domestic applications will normally be processed through the Graduate School. However, the Graduate School of Business, the Departments of Chemistry, Physics, and Psychology, the degree program in Creative Writing, and the interdisciplinary degree program in Public Policy do the initial processing of their applicants. If you are interested in applying to one of these programs, please click on the program above.
The International Applicant
The International Admissions Office, located in 340 N. Campus Drive, Gearhart Hall 213, evaluates the credentials for all international graduate applicants. More information can be found on the International Admissions website.
Anyone who wishes to earn graduate-level credit, whether as a degree-seeking or non-degree-seeking student, must make formal application to, and be officially admitted by the Graduate School. For more information visit the Admissions Section of the Graduate School Catalog.