Eligible applicants must have a bachelor's degree from a regionally-accredited college/university with at least a 3.0 undergraduate GPA.
|An additional $30 late fee will apply if your application
is not complete by these deadlines, even if
your academic program has a later deadline:
Failure to list all schools previously attended or making false or misleading statements on the application may result in cancellation of admission status and/or loss of credit.
Applicants must meet academic minimum requirements for admission. The requirements listed are the minimum set by the Graduate School of the University of Utah, and do not guarantee admission to a graduate program. Also, each academic department or program defines additional requirements. Applicants are evaluated with respect to university and departmental requirements and with respect to the pool of available applicants.
The minimum academic requirements for Graduate admission are:
If you are admitted to your graduate program, you will then be asked to provide an official copy of your college transcripts, sent directly from each previous school to our office at the address below. The University of Utah accepts official electronic transcripts from the following agencies only: Docufide by Parchment, National Student Clearinghouse, eScrip-Safe and AVOW. Please send electronic transcripts to email@example.com .
Admissions Office, Graduate Admissions Division
The University of Utah
201 S 1460 E
Room 250 S SSB
Salt Lake City, UT 84112
Documents submitted for admission become the property of the University of Utah and cannot be returned.
Failure to provide final academic credentials will cause a registration hold to be placed on your record which will keep you from further registration until all missing credentials are received.
An offer of acceptance is valid only for the semester the applicant is admitted. If an applicant does not atttend during his/her admitted term, the applicant must resubmit an admissions application and fee before the application deadline for the semester he/she wishes to begin.
Once admitted and enrolled, graduate students are required by Graduate School policy to maintain continuous registration during the academic year of fall and spring semesters. If a graduate student must "stop out", he/she should file the appropriate paperwork requesting an official leave of absence through his/her academic department. Students failing to maintain continuous registration and who have not been granted an official leave of absence will be discontinued in their graduate program. Graduate School policy requires that such students must apply for readmission into their academic program. These students will be required to complete the PDF version of the Graduate Admissions Application.