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What admission documents do I need to submit?
The documents required in an application depend on the program an applicant has applied to as well as their educational background. You can review the Undergraduate Admissions website to determine which documents you'll need to provide. Certain programs may require additional supporting documents (such as personal statements or letters of reference). All applicants are required to submit proof of English proficiency.
Graduate applicants can refer to the Future Graduate Students website for more information on required supporting documents to be included in the application, which include transcripts and letters of reference/recommendation. Visit your program page for detailed information on additional program-specific documents (e.g., statement of purpose/personal statement, writing sample, application for assistantship, C.V.).