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Graduate Admission with Full Standing

Individual graduate programs have specific admission requirements. Prospective applicants should consult the Office of Admissions and individual program policies directly to learn about program-specific requirements.

All applicants should keep in mind that the admission decisions are based on the merit of each individual applicant, taking into account each applicant’s motivation, maturity, and ability as well as the academic record. Consideration is given to academic background, as well as life and work experience as it pertains to the program that the student is applying to. In conformance with Title IX, 1972 Education Amendments, the College does not discriminate on the basis of sex, race, color, handicap, national and ethnic origin or age in the administration of its educational policies, admissions policies, scholarship and local programs, and athletic and other institutionally administered programs.

Medaille College has a rolling admissions policy and students may be admitted for the Fall Semester, Spring Semester, or, for some programs, March, May, and October.  However, to ensure adequate time to apply for Financial Aid and to secure space within their program of study, students are encouraged to apply at least 3 months prior to the start of a semester.

See the College’s Academic Calendar to find out when each semester begins. Contact the Office of Admissions to find out the priority deadline for each.

Graduate Probationary Admission

Probationary admission may be granted for those do not meet the criteria for full admission into a master’s program, provided there is other evidence that the applicant has the ability to do satisfactory graduate work. Such evidence might include an excellent record of postgraduate work at another institution, two letters of recommendation from those in position to evaluate the student’s abilities for graduate study, or high scores on the Graduate Record Examination. Those who wish to take the Graduate Record Examination should visit http://www.ets.org/gre

Full standing is attained upon completion of at least 6 hours of course work for graduate credit with a grade of B or better, and upon the removal of any deficiency which was specified at the time of the admission. Students admitted on probation may be denied continued enrollment if they do not achieve full standing within the specified time period.

Transfer from Other Graduate Programs

Any student wishing to transfer from one graduate program to another must complete the full application as outlined in the admissions policy for that program.