All applicants must apply to EWU via the following link (Note: Interdisciplinary master's degree applicants should contact the Graduate Studies Office for more information on the application process). Please check individual departmental pages for any required supplemental materials. Links to the departmental pages can be found under the 'Graduate Programs' link to the left.
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More information for international applicants can be found on the International Graduate Students page.
Note: Complete applications for programs with quarterly admission are due in the Graduate Studies Office no fewer than three weeks before the start of classes for the intended enrollment term. International students should begin the application process at least six months before the start of a given term and should review the specific application deadlines found on the International Graduate Students page. Many programs have earlier deadlines that supersede these Graduate Studies Office deadlines. See the list of Graduate Degrees or Graduate Certificates for program-specific deadline information.
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Application Information Packet
|Interdisciplinary Instructions and Forms||.doc|
|International Supplemental Application||.doc|
|Non-degree Seeking Graduate Application||.doc|
|Application for Re-Admission||.doc|
|Application for Graduate Service Appointment||.doc|
General application procedures are described below. However, individual programs often have additional requirements such as a statement of purpose, supplemental application or portfolio. Descriptions of program-specific application requirements can be found on the program pages listed in Graduate Degrees or Graduate Certificates, in the university catalog or by contacting individual departments. Please note that all supplemental application requirements should be sent directly to the appropriate department you are applying for.
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