Applications for graduate programs are accepted through an online application. Syracuse University’s individual schools and colleges may have additional application requirements, which will be detailed once you begin your application. To apply to the College of Law, please click here to learn more about the application process.
All students will be required to submit:
- Online Application Forms
- Application Fee
- Official Transcript
- Letters of Recommendation (as required by program you’re applying to)
- Personal Statement
- Portfolio (if required by your program)
- Writing Sample (if required by your program)
- Official GRE Scores (if required by your program)
- Official TOEFL/IELTS Scores (international students only)
- Military Transcripts (for currently serving or veteran)
International students, please see the International Requirements page for more information on what you’ll need to apply.
If you are a veteran or member of the military, please submit military transcripts with your application for evaluation of transfer credits. Transcripts may be obtained as follows:
- Air Force – Community College of the Air Force (http://www.au.af.mil/au/barnes/ccaf/transcripts.asp)
- Air Force – Air University (http://www.au.af.mil/au/cf/auregistrar/registrar.asp)
- Army, Coast Guard, Marine Corps, Navy – Joint Services Transcript (https://jst.doded.mil/smart/signIn.do)
- Specialty Schools – Schools such as the Defense Language Institute (http://www.dliflc.edu) and the Air Force Institute of Technology (http://www.afit.edu) issue their own transcripts. If you attended any specialty schools, please request an official transcript directly from the school in addition to your CCAF or JST transcripts.
- The department or program you are applying to is your best source for information and the best way to check your application status. Find a contact.
- For general questions, feel free to call 315.443.4492 or email.
- Application Technical Support (operated by the Embark online application system)
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