Graduate School Admissions
Classes start on August 28, 2023
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Graduate Admissions Requirements
The Essential Documents for Gollis University Admissions
- A completed Online application form here
- A non-refundable application fee of $50
- Official transcripts from all previous schools attended
- GMAT or GRE scores (required for some programs)
- Two letters of recommendation
- A personal statement
In addition to the general requirements, some programs may have additional requirements. For example, the MBA program requires applicants to have a minimum GPA of 3.0 and to have taken certain prerequisite courses.
- Fill out the university online application form.
- Complete the application form and submit it with the required fee.
- Send official transcripts from all previous schools attended to the Office of Admission and Student Records.
- If required, submit GMAT or GRE scores.
- Request two letters of recommendation from professors, supervisors, or other professionals who can speak to your academic abilities and potential for success in graduate school.
- Write a personal statement about your academic interests and goals, as well as your reasons for wanting to attend Gollis University.
For more information about the admissions process, contact the Office of Admission and Student Records.
Here are some additional details about the admissions requirements:
- The application form can be downloaded or filled out from the university website.
- The application fee can be paid by bank transfer or money order.
- Official transcripts must be sent directly from the issuing school to the Office of Admission and Student Records.
- GMAT or GRE scores are required for some programs, but they may be waived for applicants with a strong academic record.
- Letters of recommendation should be from professors, supervisors, or other professionals who can speak to your academic abilities and potential for success in graduate school.
- The personal statement should be a reflection of your academic interests and goals, as well as your reasons for wanting to attend Gollis University.
Graduate Admissions FAQs
Gollis University offers a variety of financial aid options for graduate students, including scholarships, grants, and loans. To learn more about financial aid, please visit the university website or contact the Office of Financial Aid.
Gollis University accepts transfer students from other colleges and universities. The transfer process is competitive, and students must meet certain GPA and credit requirements.
Gollis University offers a variety of online learning options, including fully online courses, hybrid courses, and blended courses.
Gollis University offers a variety of dual-degree programs, which allow students to earn two degrees at the same time. These programs are offered in conjunction with other colleges and universities.