Breakdown of Grad School Applications
The Application Itself
The Saunders grad school application is designed to be convenient for our applicants. You can apply for up to three programs at once and save your progress to come back at any time. RIT students and alums can use their current RIT credentials to login to the online application.
What You’ll Need
Each graduate program has its own application requirements, you can find these along with program codes on the degree specific admissions requirements page, simply view your graduate programs of interest.
Possible Documents (Check Your Program):
- GRE/GMAT Test Scores – see GRE and GMAT Waiver Options
- Official Transcript
- Personal Statement
- Resume/Curriculum Vitae
- TOEFL or IELTS Scores for International Students
- Writing Sample
You can start now and finish later! If you’re not ready to complete a portion of the application, skip past that part and press submit. We will automatically send you an individualized application checklist to help you keep track and save your progress.
Students can submit an online application up to one year before their intended program start date. Saunders employs rolling admissions, so you can apply at any time. For full consideration of potential scholarships, it is recommended that completed graduate applications be submitted by:
- August 1st – Fall Semester
- January 1st – Spring Semester
- May 1st – Summer Semester
Financial aid and scholarships are determined based off of order applications are received in. Earlier applications are considered for financial aid first.
Once your application is completed, you will receive a quick admissions decision that includes information about scholarships!
If you have questions about the application or admissions process, contact a graduate representative for further assistance, or simply email us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
For more information on anything above, feel free to visit these webpages!
Graduate Admissions Specific to Saunders