Graduate Application Information

Financial Aid

Students admitted to a Ph.D. program are awarded full tuition and stipend support. Additional summer support and teaching assistantships may be available. In addition, research, specialized training, and professional development funds are available to students through the Laney Graduate School.

In the M.S. programs, partial tuition scholarships are available on a competitive basis. There is no teaching assistantship available for this program.

For more information about financial aid and awards, go to the Laney Graduate School.

Application Requirements

Note that we do not require official transcripts to be submitted with the application. We also do not require a writing sample. We require official versions of the transcript only from students who are offered and accept admission. Students whose first language is not English are not required to submit the TOEFL exam score. An English as a Second Language Program (ESLP) exam will be administered upon arrival.

More information regarding the Laney Graduate School admissions requirements can be found here.

Application Deadlines

Applications to the Mathematics Ph.D., Computer Science and Informatics Ph.D., and Mathematics M.S. Programs are due by December 15 for the Fall semester.

The Computer Science M.S. program accepts applications year around for either the Fall or Spring semester. The deadline to submit an application for possible Spring admission is November 1. The deadline to submit an application for possible Fall admission is May 1.

Students interested in applying should submit a completed online application. If an application is submitted before October 31, the application fee will be waived. The application and instructions detailing what is needed to complete the application can be found here.

Please contact the Director of Graduate Studies or the Graduate Program Coordinator at with questions about the application process. Or submit an inquiry request at