Admissions & Aid
Your $75 application fee covers the administrative costs of processing your application and is not refundable. Applications cannot be reviewed without the fee.
View our fee waiver policy.
Yes. We do not offer a paper application.
Yes, but we prefer that recommenders submit letters electronically through our online application system.
Yes. Hard-copy letters of recommendation should be in sealed envelopes with the recommender’s signature across the seal.
Yes. Recommenders are less likely to complete a letter of recommendation if the applicant does not waive their right to view the recommendation.
Yes, you should obtain an evaluation from an NACES-accredited agency. All documents not issued in English by the official institution must be accompanied by certified English translations. Globe Language Services is not accepted for graduate admissions.
Our ETS Institution code is 2046.
In order to make sure your documents are matched to your application, upload the documents before submitting the application. If you have already submitted the application, send any remaining documents via e-mail.
Yes, your transcripts must be mailed to the Office of Graduate Admissions. A transcript is required from each college or university you attended for academic credit, showing all of your courses, grades, and degrees received. You can e-mail your official transcripts to us, or the school can mail them to us in their original, sealed envelopes.
Your applications can be reviewed with unofficial transcripts. However, if you are admitted to Brooklyn College, you must submit official transcripts in order to register for classes.
No. we will obtain your transcript from the college’s student record system if you attended from 2003 or later.
No. We will obtain your transcript from the college’s student record system if you attended from 2003 or later.
You are able to sign into your application system at any time to see the status of your application.
Different programs have different review periods. Some programs will require an interview before a decision is made.
Successful applicants to our programs usually have an undergraduate GPA of 3.00 or higher.
We recommend that you contact the graduate deputy (departmental faculty member) for advice.
The academic departmental committee reviews applications and renders decisions.
Applicants who are admitted can defer. However, in some cases a deferral will require the graduate deputy’s permission.
Admitted students must consult with their graduate deputy to see if the program allows for transfer credits.
To obtain feedback on your application, send a request in writing to the Office of Graduate Admissions.