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To enter a graduate degree program, a student must have a bachelor's degree or its equivalent, an undergraduate record of high caliber and acceptance by the department concerned.


Financial Aid

Domestic applicants who wish to be considered for financial aid (scholarship or fellowship) must submit all required application materials before January 15 of the proposed year of entry into the program and submit all financial aid forms before February 15. Exception to this deadline: all applications to the dance program must be received by January 9.

All international applications for a master's degree or for the Diploma in American Studies Program must be received on or before January 15 of the proposed year of entry into the program. (Dance by January 9.)

Without Financial Aid

The deadline for admission without financial aid to most graduate programs is April 1 of the proposed year of entry for the first semester and November 1 for the second semester.

Application Materials

Applicants must submit the following:

Additional Forms

The forms below are required by the respective programs. Please complete the form that pertains to your program and return with your application for admission.