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Frequently asked questions
Application deadlines are set and managed by individual degree programs. Before submitting an application, visit the program website to review the deadlines for your proposed admission term. You will not receive an application fee refund if your application is not complete by the deadline. Please refer to the program descriptions found on Degree Search for deadline information. To discuss deadlines and exceptions, contact the academic program office offering the program.
How do I enter my GPA on the graduate admission application? What if I have not graduated or finished my undergraduate degree yet?
The application requires your cumulative undergraduate GPA, junior-senior GPA and graduate GPA (if applicable). You can usually refer to your transcript to see the GPA awarded by your university. In the application, use the “scale” drop-down menu to see if your school’s grading scale is listed. You will not need to convert your GPA scale to a 4 point scale to apply. Refer to this resource for more information.
Junior/senior GPA refers to the last two years or 60 semester credit hours of your undergraduate work. If you have not yet finished your undergraduate degree, you can either estimate what your GPA will be in your final year if you are certain what your grades will be and calculate your junior/senior GPA that way, or you can use your last 60 semester credit hours of your undergraduate work to calculate it. Please use your best judgment on this section.
The academic program to which you are applying may or may not require supplemental documents like letters of recommendation, a statement of purpose, resume, portfolio or test scores (GRE, GMAT, MAT). ASU has provided three resources that describe the application requirements for the graduate degree programs that interest you.
ASU Degree Search website: Departments list the admission requirements on the degree page under the Admission Requirements subheader. Also, you will find contact information for that department if you have additional questions.
The department’s website: Visit the department's website to learn more about their degrees, events, contact information, faculty, curriculum and more.
The admission application: The application will dive deeper into a program’s admission requirements. You will find most of your answers here.
If you are looking for general application advice, please join us at our next Graduate Information Session and Application Advice webinar. Register here: visit.asu.edu/gradevents.
My recommender did not receive the email to submit the letter of recommendation. How do I resend the email?
The application must be completed and the application fee must be paid before ASU emails the recommenders.
You have access to resend the email to your recommender every seven days through My ASU by clicking on the Manage Recommenders link. If your recommender does not seem to be receiving the emails, please have them check their email spam/junk folder. ASU will only email individuals listed on a submitted admission application.