Admission Requirements & Procedures for Matriculating Students
Applicants to a doctoral degree, master’s degree, certificate, or certification program are classified as matriculating students once they meet all admission criteria for the specific program and are accepted into the program.
Applicants must provide an official transcript showing receipt of a baccalaureate degree (or equivalent international degree) from an accredited college or university to document eligibility for graduate study.
Students should refer to the specific program of interest for requirements and procedures. Until all requirements for a program are met, the application will be considered incomplete, unless granted conditional admission.
A student who receives an offer of admission must acknowledge acceptance by submitting a $250 nonrefundable deposit. The deposit priority deadline is August 1 for the fall semester and January 1 for the spring semester. Payment of the deposit will begin the enrollment procedures.
Upon receipt of the registration instructional materials, students must make an appointment to meet with their academic advisor(s) or attend an admissions registration event before they can register online.
Student Immunization & Document Requirements
All students are required to complete a Student Health Form and provide documentation of immunizations before attending class and/or moving into residence halls. Click here to complete your health forms via the student health portal.
Failure to comply will result in a hold on your account and inability to access your grades or register for future classes.
Georgian Court University Requires the Following:
- COVID-19 Vaccine Completed Series.
- Measles/Mumps/Rubella (MMR): Two doses: First dose given after 1968 and on or after 12 months of age; second dose separated at least by 28 days from the first dose or laboratory report indicating positive immunity.
- Hepatitis B: (Full-Time Undergraduate and Graduate Students Taking 9 or More Credits): Three doses of vaccine (two doses of adult vaccine in adolescents 11 to 15 years of age)/or laboratory report indicating positive immunity.
- Meningococcal tetravalent (must include Groups A, C, Y, & W-135): Requirement for all first-time students under the age of 19 (Commuters and Residents) and Resident Students over the age of 19. Meningococcal Meningitis vaccine given on or after 16th birthday. Booster dose required if given prior to 16th birthday.
- Verification of negative Tuberculosis (Mantoux) test or negative Quantiferon Gold-TB test is required of all resident and international students within 6 months of admission.