How can I check on my
regarding your exact application status will be sent via email within two weeks
of the final application deadline. Where
we do make every effort to process applications early that come in prior to the
deadline, communication regarding your status may arrive shortly after the
application deadline depending on the size of the applicant pool. Should you be missing any items at the time
of processing, you will be given a window of time to submit missing materials
in order to still be considered for the term for which you applied.
When I log into the portal
it tells me that I am missing materials that I have already submitted. Can you clarify this?
refrain from using the portal as an indication of your application status.
official application status will be communicated via email directly from the
School of Education & Human Development as we have the most up to date,
How do I order and submit transcripts (electronically and
You will need to contact your institution to have an
official transcript sent to us.
Typically this is done through the Office of the Registrar but could
vary depending on the school or university. The preferred method to submit official
transcripts is through a secured, electronic delivery system. If your degree bearing institution has the
ability to send official transcripts electronically, please have them sent to firstname.lastname@example.org. For institutions not set up to do this,
please have sealed, official transcripts sent to:
University of Colorado Denver
School of Education & Human Development
Attn: Academic Services
CB 106, PO Box 173364
Denver, CO 80217-3364
How can I check to see if
you have received my transcripts?
of transcripts will be verified at the time of processing. Should transcripts appear to be missing, you
will be notified of this when communications are sent regarding your
application status. At this time, you
will be given the opportunity to resolve the issue in order to still be
considered for the term for which you applied (assuming all other materials
have been received).
What should I do if my
institution doesn’t provide unofficial transcripts?
obtaining an unofficial transcript is not possible, it is requested that you
simply state this in a word document and upload this statement in the field
designated for unofficial transcripts in the “upload document” section of the
How do I submit
GRE scores (only applicable for PhD and PsyD programs)?
GRE scores must be sent to the University of Colorado
electronically by using our University code, 4875. Please note it can take up to three weeks
from the test date for official scores to be uploaded into our system.
To whom should I
address my written statement (also referred to statement of intent or statement
Simply address your statement to the program
faculty. For example, if applying to the
Counseling program address your statement, “Dear Counseling Faculty.”
states they have not received the link to submit their letter of recommendation.
What should I do?
submitting your application, the system should have sent all of your recommenders
a link via email that is used to submit their recommendations. If
they state they have NOT received the email containing the link, they should
first check their spam or junk folders. If they state it is still not
there, please email Graduate Admissions as soon as possible with the
recommenders name and email address so they can resend the link. email@example.com
What should I do if I need
to change one of my recommenders after I have submitted the application?
you need to change your recommender entirely from what you submitted originally
with your application, you will need to email Graduate Admissions this
information to Graduate Admissions. firstname.lastname@example.org
What should I do if I
have a technical problem while filling out the online application? (i.e.
saving, uploading documents)
We are sorry that you are having difficulties. Please email
Krystal Fox at email@example.com.
Who should I contact
about non-technical questions?
Please email firstname.lastname@example.org or call
How does the fingerprinting process work (Only required for
certain programs. Please be sure to
check the application page for the program you are applying for)
Please follow the link below for instructions on how to submit fingerprints.
Please note that admitted students will not be authorized to register for
classes until you pass a background check. It is HIGHLY advisable that you
complete this requirement as early as possible and as a part of the application
process as it can take anywhere from 6-8 weeks for results of background checks
to be reported. Academic Services will verify this requirement has been
satisfied upon admission. Failure to complete and pass the fingerprinting
process may delay your matriculation into this program.
To check to see if your fingerprints have been reported to the Colorado
Department of Education, please go to the link below.