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Information for Graduate School Alumni

Graduate Student and Academic Services annually teams up with the Center for Alumni, Parents and Friends to offer the Graduate School Summit  as a means of connecting current students with esteemed alums.

In addition, alumni of the McCallum Graduate School are encouraged to continue graduate study in one of the following ways:

Special Student Application: Non-Degree Seeking

  • Graduate School Alumni may take up to two (2) courses without matriculation to a degree program by applying for Special Student status. 
  • Graduate School Alumni that have completed up to two (2) courses as a Special Student may apply to a graduate degree program using one of the application processes outlined below. Please contact Graduate Admissions with any questions regarding this process.   
  • Some courses taken as a Special Student can be applied towards a degree upon admission to the Graduate School. Check with Graduate Student and Academic Services professional advising staff for more information on specific degree requirements.

Abbreviated Application: Degree Seeking

  • Graduate School Alumni must have a 3.2 (or higher) cumulative GPA from the Graduate School when submitting the abbreviated application.
  • Graduate School Alumni must have received their graduate degree within five (5) years of submitting the abbreviated application. Please contact Graduate Admissions with any questions regarding this process. 
  • Students seeking merit or non-merit based aid must take the GRE/GMAT.

Full Application: Degree Seeking

  • Graduate School Alumni that do not meet the criteria for the Abbreviated Application must complete the Full Graduate School Application. Please contact Graduate Admissions with any questions regarding this process.
  • Students seeking merit or non-merit based aid must take the GRE/GMAT.

Alumni are always welcome to meet with McCallum Graduate School professionals in Graduate Admissions or Graduate Student and Academic Services to discuss degree options and requirements.