GRE - 5814
TOEFL - 5814
GMAT - SQT-N8-78
Praxis - 5814
No. The University only accepts electronic scores directly from ETS. The IELTS scores should also be sent electronically to the Graduate School. The PTE is also electronically delivered.
You may submit scores as many times as you would like. If you have been placed into Intensive English or the English Bridge Program for the Fall semester, you will have until July 24th to submit a new English test score. If you have been placed into Intensive English or the English Bridge Program for the Spring semester, you will have until November 1st to submit a new English test score. If you were admitted for the Fall semester with the condition to take the Advanced English Writing course in your second semester of study, then you will have until November 30th to submit a new test score that is sufficient to waive your need to take the writing course in the Spring. The Graduate School will review any new test score submitted through the specified date to determine if it is sufficient to change your English course placement. We will consider your highest set of test scores, and we will also accept Superscores. If the placement can be changed and you require a Form I-20 or DS-2019, you will receive notification from International Student and Scholar Services once your I-20 has been updated and reissued.
You must retake the TOEFL/IELTS/PTE tests once a score is older than two years.
Please contact the Graduate School in this case. Please be sure to include any registration/TRF/ID numbers to aid us in helping to match your scores. Note: The application status is immediately updated upon submission to reflect the receipt of the scores, however, it takes time for our office to receive scores sent from the agency. Please be sure to request the scores 1-2 weeks prior to when you need them to arrive in our office.
Please be advised that the time to match a score to an application depends on how the records match up between the application and the scores. (For example, there are frequent instances when an applicant uses different names or abbreviation of names for the application versus ETS, and then it is more difficult to match the two up.)
TOEFL, IELTS, and PTE (Pearson) score requirements can be found on our English Language Proficiency Requirements page. Please note that an applicant cannot be considered for admission to the University if their TOEFL, IELTS, or PTE scores do not meet the minimum requirements for admission to Intensive English. Additionally, individual programs reserve the right to hold their applicants to more stringent requirements, including only considering applicants whose TOEFL, IELTS, or PTE scores meet the requirements for full admission. We recommend that you check with the program that you are applying to in order to make sure that they do not have additional requirements above and beyond what is listed here.
If the TOEFL, IELTS, or PTE scores (total or sectional) fall in the range of needing one of the English courses, there may be English proficiency enrollment conditions such as those stated here.
Applicants may submit the online application before taking the GRE test. However, the scores need to be received by the appropriate department’s application deadline.
Many (but not all) graduate programs do require the GRE. Please review the appropriate department’s admissions requirements to find out if there are any GRE exceptions.
Some departments require a GRE Subject Examination, while others simply recommend it. Please review the appropriate department’s application requirements prior to submitting your application. It is imperative to take any exam in time for the exam scores to arrive before the application deadline.
GRE scores must be submitted officially and electronically through ETS using institutional code 5814.
No. If your scores are older than 5 years old, you will need to retake the test and send your updated results.
You will not need to resend GRE scores if you took the test within the past 5 years.
The GRE is a program-level requirement (not a Graduate School requirement). Each department sets its own graduate admissions criteria. Please keep in mind that each applicant’s complete application – including transcripts, letters of recommendation and other academic accomplishments – will be considered before an admissions decision is made. It is imperative to take any exam in time for the exam scores to arrive before the application deadline.
First, it is very important to request test scores well ahead of programmatic deadlines. Second, the online application requests (in the Self-Reported Test Scores section) that you enter the the test registration number for each of the examinations taken. By taking the aforementioned steps, the admissions/review processes are expedited. For each examination, please find a sample score report:
GRE/GRE Subject (7-digit registration number)
GMAT (7-digit appointment number)
TOEFL (16-digit registration number)
IELTS (6-digit candidate number)
Pearson’s (9-digit registration number)