Graduate Student Admissions

Students must be fully accepted and matriculated into an approved program to be eligible for federal student aid funds. All courses taken must be a part of, and applicable to, the enrolled program of study. Graduate students will not be offered financial aid if they have not met the full requirements for acceptance into an approved program of study.

A graduate student who is required to complete non-matriculated preparatory English language coursework as a result of not meeting English proficiency requirements will not be eligible for federal funds and may not be eligible for institutional aid until meeting the requirements for full admission. Students who are offered conditional admissions due to English proficiency placement are not considered for full admission until completion of the ESL Pathway Program.

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