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Graduate Degree-Seeking Application

Select the correct application below. Before submitting an application, make sure you are familiar with the minimum requirements for admission and have reviewed the application deadlines.

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Graduate Degree-Seeking Application:
Spring 2022 

Apply Now: Spring 2022

 

Graduate Degree-Seeking Application:
Summer 2022, Fall 2022, and future terms

Apply Now: Summer 2022,
Fall 2022, & Future Terms

 


Discipline-Specific Graduate Programs

Engineering Graduate Programs

Apply Now: Engineering Graduate Programs
 

Application Fees

First Ohio University Graduate Degree Application  
  US Citizen, Permanent Resident, Asylee, Refugee, TPS and DACA  $50 USD
  International $55 USD
Subsequent/Additional Ohio University Graduate Application $25 USD
Change of Application or Admission Term or Switch between On-campus/Online $10 USD
CAS Application Fee Varies by Academic Program Varies

All application fees are non-refundable.

The Graduate College offers a waiver of the application fee for participants of the McNair Scholars Program.

The Graduate College has no other application fee waivers. Some academic programs may offer an application fee waiver on a case-by-case basis. Questions about program-based fee waivers should be directed to the academic program.

Application Deadlines

Application deadlines vary by program and not all programs admit every semester. Check the program's webpage for admission terms and deadlines. If the program does not indicate a specific deadline, Graduate College deadlines are:

  Fall Spring Summer
US Citizen/Permanent Resident or student not
needing I-20 or DS-2019 immigration documents
August 1 December 1 April 1
International, needing I-20 or DS-2019 February 1 September 1 December 1

When preparing to apply, allow sufficient time to register for any required tests and have official test scores reach Ohio University prior to program application deadlines.

* The submission of any false information or fraudulent documents in connection with the application process is grounds for rejection of the application or dismissal from Ohio University regardless of the nature of other credentials.

In providing an application and inviting application, Ohio University places itself under no obligation to admit any individual person.