We are accepting applications for enrollment. GMAT/GRE/LSAT standardized test requirement now optional for Fall 2020 application. Please contact our admissions office for any questions.
In response to the needs of our 2020 applicants during the COVID-19 pandemic, the School of Public Policy has issued the following changes to our admissions requirements:
- GRE/LSAT/GMAT test requirements are optional for applicants
- Accepting an unofficial/temporary undergraduate transcript, though an official transcript will be required before the start of classes.
- Maintaining the TOEFL/IELTS requirements for international students
- Maintaining the essay submission (2) and letters of recommendation (2) requirements
For any questions regarding the application process for Fall 2020 enrollment, please reach out to our Admissions Office: email@example.com
We encourage applications for the fall semester from graduates of regionally-accredited institutions in any area of study. We provide a checklist of requirements, which includes transcripts, letters of recommendation, and a personal essay focusing on your moral and ethical point of view.
The School of Public Policy's student body includes individuals from over 20 countries, so we assure our guidelines and requirements for international applicants are well-defined and up-to-date.
Scholarships are awarded to 90% of our students. Our Office of Financial Aid works with candidates to explore assistance options, loan programs, and Federal Work-Study.
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