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January 15 - Fall/Summer
September 15 - Spring
Minimum of 3 years of full-time experience in higher education or a closely related field.
Completed Master's degree from a regionally accredited institution in any field.
Minimum Graduate GPA: 3.0
GRE scores: 151 verbal, 153 quantitative, and 4.0 analytical writing.
TOEFL: 550 minimum written or 80 minimum online, OR IELTS: 6.5 minimum overall score
GRE: 151 in verbal, 153 quantitative; 4.0 in analytical writing
GRE: The GRE IS REQUIRED for consideration into the doctoral program, unless you meet the requirements listed below for a GRE waiver.
If you do not have GRE scores to submit, and you do not meet the requirements of the waiver, please consider applying to the Community College Leadership Certificate program instead.
*The GRE requirement may be waived under the following conditions:
*The GRE waiver application is available starting with September 15, 2022 applicants.
Applicants must request that the GRE be waived in writing and must provide evidence of at least one of the above criteria as part of their application packet. Please upload the GRE waiver request to the GRE scores section of your application packet.
*If you request a GRE waiver and it is not approved, you must take the GRE prior to the next admission cycle.
** This is a high demand degree program and admission to the program is competitive. Meeting the minimum requirements does not ensure that an individual will be admitted.
** Preference in admission to this program is given to individuals working in higher education in the state of Wyoming (University of Wyoming or Wyoming community colleges). Applications from individuals in other educational settings will be considered for admission provided that there is space available in the program to accommodate additional students.
Please refer to the Application Guidelines while completing your application.
Step 1: Apply to UW and the School through the online applicant portal.
Step 2: Submit official transcripts from all colleges, and official GRE test scores to UW Admissions.
UW Office of AdmissionsKnight Hall 150Department 3435, 1000 E. University AvenueLaramie, WY 82071Phone: (307) 766-5160Toll Free: (800) 342-5996E-mail: email@example.comNote: Please do not wait to have ALL colleges send official transcripts to Admissions. It is University policy that the UW Admissions Office require official transcripts from every college you have attended. This includes your undergraduate transcript, AND all colleges that you have transferred coursework in from. This process can take some time to request, send, receive, and process.
Please include ALL documents listed below in order for your application to be considered. (see Guidelines)