1. How do I apply? What are the steps?
    Please see our application process page.

  2. What should be in my personal statement? And where is it?
    The personal statement is part of the online application. Please clearly indicate how you satisfy the minimum requirements for admission and include anything else you would like the committee to know about you. Please keep this to around 200 words. Please note you cannot change this after you submit your application.

  3. Where do I send my transcripts?
    Please send them to the Office of Admissions.

  4. Do I have to send all of my transcripts? What if I only took one course at a community college in high school, do I still need to send my transcript?
    Yes. The Office of Admissions requires that ALL transcripts from ALL colleges and universities attended be submitted for consideration. All transcripts must be received by the application deadline. The Office of Admissions will provide you with updates on the status of your materials, but ultimately it is your responsibility to ensure all materials are received on time. There are NO exceptions.

  5. What are the deadlines to apply for this program?
    Please see our deadlines page.

  6. Do you accept late applications? What if my transcript was only 1 day late?
    No late applications will be considered. All transcripts must be received by the application deadline. The Office of Admissions will provide you with updates on the status of your materials, but ultimately it is your responsibility to ensure all materials are received on time. There are NO exceptions.

  7. I didn’t make the deadline. What are my options?
    You can do a change of term form and move your application to the following term. You will not need to resend transcripts or pay the fee again. Please note that you can only use this form once. If you are later admitted to program and then decide to defer your admission to a later term, you will not be able to do so because you have already used the change of term form once before.