Graduate Application FAQs - Paper documents

Question: 

What is the mailing address for sending hard copy documents?

First of all, don't send us any paper documents until and unless we explicitly ask for them. Unsolicited hard copy documents will only delay the processing of your application.

If and when hard copy documents are requested by the department, an email will be sent directly to the applicant providing the mailing address for their required documents.

FAQ Admission Type: 
Paper documents
Question: 

I am an international student, should I send my financial documents with my application?

No. Financial documents are not needed during the admissions process. If you are admitted to the program, you will receive specific instructions from the Visa and Immigration Service department via e-mail regarding the online Form I-20 process.

FAQ Admission Type: 
Paper documents
Question: 

What materials should be sent to the Graduate Admissions office by mail?

Only upon the department’s request, materials required by mail is one official transcript from all undergraduate institutions attended in which a degree was earned and evidence of undergraduate degree conferral. In addition, please submit all official transcripts relating to any graduate level work undertaken, regardless of whether or not a degree was earned as well as evidence of graduate degree conferral if you earned a graduate degree. **Please be aware that documents uploaded into your online application are not considered official, and it is the applicant’s responsibility to ensure required documents are sent to their prospective department, when formally requested. For further graduate application instructions, please visit our Graduate Admissions webpage.

FAQ Admission Type: 
Paper documents