Yes, it is required that applicants upload unofficial transcripts for all schools attended from their bachelor's degree and beyond.
Official transcripts are only required upon admission. Unofficial transcripts are used for application review by both The Graduate School and the programs.
TOEFL scores will only be accepted when sent electronically through ETS. Use the codes listed below:
The Graduate School does not require a third-party credential evaluation, however we accept evaluations from the following services:
If your degree is a 3 year bachelor’s degree from India, Canada, Australia, Sri Lanka or certain other countries, we will not consider the degree to be equivalent with a 4 year US bachelor’s degree. This is our policy, even if the degree has been evaluated as a 4 year degree by an outside credential evaluator that is a member of NACES (National Association of Credential Evaluation Services) or AICE (Association of International Credential Evaluators).
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Please note The Graduate School will accept:
* While CHESICC, CDGDC, TrueCopy, and electronic evaluations from WES, IEE, and ECE are options for sending official transcripts and degrees, original transcripts and degrees are also accepted.
Some but not all. See above.
Applicants are asked to send their final official transcript showing degree conferral once their degree has been completed. This information is contained in their matriculation letter if applicable to the applicant.
Yes, recommendations can be edited, resent, and/or added.
Recommendations are a program requirement so I would suggest the applicants contact their intended program.
No, we only accept evaluations from members of NACES or AICE. Otherwise we do them in-house.
They should have the official scores sent to our office.
Once the application meets The Graduate School requirements, required unofficial transcripts uploaded, English Proficiency met, the application is forwarded to the program for review and decision.
No, a second application would be required.