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No. Paper applications are not accepted. All applicants must complete the application on-line. The on-line application can be accessed at “Apply”. A blank application can be found on the “Forms” page. Printing the application will allow you to see what information is needed and help you prepare to complete the on-line application.
The most common problem is because you can’t see error messages. You must turn off your pop-up blockers so that you can view the pop-ups that appear whenever there is a problem with submission. Pop-up blocker access is located in the tools section of your Toolbar. You will not be able to submit your application until all mandatory fields in the application are completed.
Once you hit the submit button, you will receive an email that provides you with additional information about the process and lists any additional requirements the program may have for you to complete.
No. Once you have submitted an application, you can no longer edit, delete or make any changes. You will have to create another application. You can access the same site you originally used to submit your first application using the same username and password.
Yes. You can apply for up to three (3) programs in a given academic year but you must submit a separate application for each program.
Once you have submitted your application you can no longer make any changes. You will need to contact the program to which you applied with any new/updated information. The program address can be found in the “PhD Program Directory” or the “MS Program Directory”.
The recommendations are part of the on-line process. Your recommenders will get an email and instructions on how to submit the on-line recommendation once you have submitted your application.
Once you have submitted your application, you can no longer edit, delete or make any other changes. Please send an email to Graduate.References@ucdenver.edu to request that a reminder be sent to the recommender.
You can change the name and email address for a listed recommender prior to hitting the submit button on the application. Once you have submitted your application, you can no longer edit, delete or make any other changes. Please send an email to Graduate.References@ucdenver.edu to have information in the recommendation section of the application changed/updated.
The GPA provided on the transcript from your undergraduate/graduate University/College may be used. The GPA calculation is not a mandatory field in the application. The GPA field is based on a 4.0 scale. If your school bases their grading on something other than a 4.0 scale, you will need to convert the score or bypass this section if you are unsure. The program will do their own GPA calculation from all transcripts provided.
It would depend on when you entered the Graduate School. If you were admitted prior to 2005, your records will no longer be on file with the Graduate School. If you were admitted after 2005, we will already have the transcripts you submitted at that time. However, if you have continued to take courses at another University/College since that time, updated or new transcripts would be required.
International students must complete a certificate of eligibility (I-20) for obtaining a student (F-1) visa to study in the United States and provide an affidavit of financial support adequate to meet the estimated academic and living costs for the first year of study. Information regarding the I-20 will be provided by the International Student and Scholar Services (ISSS) Office only after a student had been admitted by the Program and the Graduate School. Additional financial resources may be required for admission. Students should consult the ISSS Office.
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