Please follow these steps when submitting an application For more general questions, make sure you check out KIN’s Frequently Asked Questions or our Graduate School FAQs. If you cannot find what you are looking for please contact the department directly at email@example.com.
Graduate School Requirements
1Online Application to The Graduate School
Login to The Graduate School’s Online Application.
2All official transcripts
Send to the Graduate School directly. One official transcript is needed from all colleges and universities previously attended. If credit from one institution has been transferred to another and is listed on the receiving institution’s transcript, a transcript from the original institution is not required. If an applicant is currently enrolled in a degree program and will not graduate prior to an admission deadline, transcripts should be provided that reflect courses in progress. It will speed up the processing of your application greatly if you also upload an unofficial copy of your transcript(s) issued by your institution(s) registrar’s office that includes the official seal as part of your online application (student advising transcripts are not accepted). Please remember that you must still have your official transcript(s) sent to The Graduate School even if you supply official copies.
Notify the testing service you are using to send your results to UNCG (testing code 5913). We expect the verbal and the quantitative scores to each be at least in the 50th percentile. The GRE writing score is also required. Scores are valid for five years from the time originally taken. The English Language Proficiency requirement must be fulfilled for all non-native English speaking applicants regardless of citizenship. It can be waived if the student has earned a US degree or has an acceptable score on either the TOEFL, IELTS, or PTE exam. It can also be fulfilled by completing Level 5 of our Interlink program. Please see more information on requirements for international applicants here.
All applicants must submit a minimum and maximum of three recommendations. In most cases The Department would prefer at least two of the recommendations to be from faculty members who can address your academic capability. All recommendations are to be uploaded through The Graduate School’s online application system.
All qualifying applicants are considered for assistantships. You do not need to apply for an assistantship. NOTE: Due to the way certain programs are structured, potential students applying to the EdD, MSAT, or Applied Sport and Exercise Psychology are typically not considered for assistantships. If you are a potential or current student in one of these programs and would like to be considered for an assistantship please contact Jean Rosales at firstname.lastname@example.org.
- EdD — Complete applications received by January 15 receive priority consideration. However, applications submitted through April 1 will be considered for Fall admission if program capacity allows. The EdD program accepts students for Fall admission only.
- MSAT — Complete applications must be submitted by January 15. The MSAT program accepts students for Summer admission only.
- MS, MS/PhD, PhD — Complete applications received by January 15 receive priority consideration for admission and funding. Applications submitted through July 1 will be considered for Fall admission if program capacity allows. Spring admission is possible but unlikely and we have no assistantship funds for spring applicants.
Important: International applicants are required to have their credentials formally evaluated. More information about this requirement can be found here.