Graduate Admissions Index

Admissions Index formula for GRE tests taken on or after August 1, 2011:

(GPA * 200) + (15 * (GRE Verbal and Quantitative combined score – 260)

 

 

Admissions index of 980 or higher

Students are admitted, so long as they meet any additional criteria specific to a particular degree program. Students who are denied admission may discuss their options with an academic advisor.

 

Admissions index of 890-979

Students may be admitted by the dean of the school, considering scores on the analytic portion of the GRE (or equivalent), grades in particularly relevant courses, or other relevant indicators of a student’s potential to success in a given graduate degree program. Such admission may be conditional or probationary with initial coursework specified. Students who are denied admission may discuss their options with an academic advisor.

Admissions index below 890

 

Students will not be admitted and may not appeal the decision. Students who are denied admission may discuss their options with an academic advisor.