Review the international admissions requirements for graduate students. The Global Center is here to help you realize your dream of studying in the US and to support you every step of the way on your journey to becoming a Griffon!
Please note: This page is for graduate admissions. Click here for undergraduate admissions.
Graduate Admissions Requirements for International Students
Step 2: Pay the $50 application fee through the GradCAS application portal
Step 3: Request official transcripts from all US and/or foreign institutions attended be sent to GradCAS:
GradCAS Transcript Processing Center
PO Box 9217
Watertown, MA 02471
Send official transcripts or paper copies of the original documents certified/attested by the college/university (transcripts must be sent directly from the college/university in a sealed envelope).
Request an official evaluation of transcripts from all foreign institutions be sent to GradCAS as follows:
- Use the World Education Services (WES) link in the Academic History section of the application to order your official WES evaluation.
- Use the Download Evaluation Request Form in the Academic History section of the application to request an evaluation from a NACES-approved evaluation service other than WES.
Step 4: Provide proof of minimum English proficiency
Upload your official test results for evaluation under the Program Materials/Document section under the Test Score Report tab.
Step 5: Upload proof of financial support and bank statement
Located under the Program Materials/Document section under the Certificate of Finances tab
Step 6: Upload a copy of valid passport or national ID card
Located under the Program Materials/Document section under the Other International Documents tab
If you are currently studying in the US, also submit a copy of your visa and I-20 under the Other International Documents tab.