Graduate Admission

WilmU's graduate admissions process is smooth and convenient for working adults, with no GRE or GMAT scores required. Most WilmU graduate degree programs feature open, rolling admissions, with classes starting every eight weeks, so you never have to wait long to get started.

Admission Requirements

Please submit the following documents:

Graduate Program-Specific Requirements

Some of our graduate-level programs have specific requirements. Select your program from the drop-down list below to see if it has special admission requirements and start dates.

Completed Graduate Application with a $35 application fee

Some programs do have application deadlines. Use the filter in the Program-Specific Requirements section above to see if your program has an application deadline.

All applications for admission are valid only for the semester for which you apply. If you would like to change the semester in which you intend to begin classes, a deferral request can be submitted within the Admissions portalLearn more about the deferral process.

Official Bachelor’s Degree Transcripts

Official Bachelor's Degree Transcripts with degree conferral date are required. See Submitting Your Transcripts for instructions and more information.

Program Planning Conference (PPC)

Immunization Record

View immunization records policy.

GRE, GMAT or similar test scores are not required.

Up to 12 credits of graduate study from an accredited institution may be transferred toward a graduate degree program.

See our Graduate Admission Policy for more details on transferring credits into a graduate-level program.

In addition to general admissions requirements, admission to certain College of Education graduate programs require applicants to have a Grade Point Average (GPA) of at least 3.0 on a 4.0 scale for coursework completed during the most recent two years of the applicant’s general education, whether secondary or post-secondary, OR approval from the Program Chair.

What’s Next After You Apply

Complete the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA)

The FAFSA should only be submitted if you are interested in receiving federal financial aid. Use our Federal School Code 007948.

Schedule a Program Planning Conference.

Contact an Enrollment Counselor to schedule a Program Planning Conference with your Program Chair.

Log in to myWilmU

Your myWilmU login credentials will be sent to you once you’ve been accepted. myWilmU is our online hub that allows you to:

  • Update your personal information.
  • View your program’s course requirements in DegreeWorks.
  • Register for courses.
  • View financial aid requirements and status.
  • Select your payment plan in the Payment Center.
  • Buy your books.

Get your WilmU ID card

An ID card is needed only if you’re taking classes on-site at one of our locations.

Have Questions? Let us help!

Our Enrollment and Engagement Counselors can guide you through the application process, admissions requirements, funding options and more so you can build the WilmU education plan that works for you.