Any student seeking to obtain a graduate degree at
WNMU must complete a two-part admission process which should
be initiated concurrently. In Part One, students apply for admission to the
WNMU Graduate Division. In Part Two, students apply for admission to a
specific graduate program in accordance with the application requirements of
for specifics and the on-line application go to: http://www.wnmu.edu/NewStudents/grad/GradAdmissions.shtml
Fill out the on-line application and be sure to
request official transcripts from other institutions. If you are approved for
admission, it will be to one of four categories:
|Final Admission/Good Standing
||All of the required documents for admission to WNMU have been received, and the student has a GPA of at least 3.0 out of 4.0.
|Final Admission/Academic Probation
||All of the required documents for admission to WNMU have been received but the student has a GPA of less than 3.0 but at least 2.75 out of 4.0.
||The student’s file is incomplete, but the student has a GPA of at least 3.0 out of 4.0. The student may take a maximum of one semester of course work while file is being completed.
|Non-Degree Student Admission
||Student admitted to Graduate Division but not seeking a degree. Maximum of 6 credits will transfer if the student changes to degree seeking.
Part Two –
for specifics go to each program’s web site as follows:
International Students – please go to the International Students section of
the Admissions Department for specific requirements for admission at http://www.wnmu.edu/NewStudents/intl/international.shtml.
– Any former graduate student wishing to be readmitted to a WNMU graduate
program must complete the Application for Readmission form available from
the Admissions Office, along with any other requirements as directed by that
office. Any student who has attended other colleges or universities prior to
application for readmission to WNMU must submit complete academic transcripts
from those institutions as part of the application procedure. Students should
also provide the Admissions Office with a copy of relevant pages of each
institution’s catalog to match the transcripts.