Applicant Instructions for Graduate Students

Application Forms:

Online Application

Application Deadlines
Please note that these deadlines are earlier than the specific program deadlines. This is
done to ensure that all immigration requirements can be met in time for students to
enroll for the desired term.

 
Doctor of Physical TherapyDecember 15
Master of Arts in EducationMarch 15
Master of Arts in NursingDecember 15
Master of Arts in Occupational TherapyDecember 15
Master of Social WorkDecember 15
Master of Holistic Health StudiesMay 15
 
Master of Arts in Theology
Fall Semester .May 15
Winter Semester November 15
Summer SemesterMarch 15
 
Master of Arts in Organizational Leadership
Fall termMay 15
Winter termOctober 15
Spring termJanuary 15
 
Master of Library and Information Science
Fall Semester January 15
Winter SemesterAugust 15

General Guidelines
  • International applicants for graduate programs mustcomplete the International Student Application for admission and the application for the specific graduate program. Please omit the shaded questions on the international application, as they only pertain to undergraduate students.
  • All documents must be original or certified photocopies.
  • Any document in a language other than English must be accompanied by an official English translation. Applicants are not allowed to translate their own documents. A certified, professional translator must complete the translations.
  • Applicants need only submit one copy of each educational document from every institution attended.
  • The College will not review an application for admission until all of the required documents have been received.
Application Checklist
The College of St. Catherine International Student Application
for Admission, completed in full.
Graduate program application
An application form for the specific graduate program to which
you are applying is also required. This application lists all required
information and documentation for the graduate program.
Application fee of $25.00
Payment must be made by check drawn on a U.S. bank or
international money order drawn in U.S. dollars, marked clearly
with your name. Do not send currency or a postal order. Please
make the check payable to the College of St. Catherine. Graduate
students need only pay the application fee required for the specific
graduate program.
 
Educational Documentation
Proof of completion of secondary school (diploma or other
certificate).
Proof of graduation from a post-secondary institution, with
records of coursework completed and grades/levels achieved.
Transcripts of work completed in the U.S. must be mailed directly
from the U.S. institution to the Office of Graduate Admission.
n Credential evaluation. Most graduate programs require an
evaluation of university transcripts from an approved credential
evaluation agency. Please contact the graduate admission office to
obtain the appropriate forms.
 
Standardized tests
The Test of English as a Foreign Language (TOEFL) is required
of all applications whose native language is not English. The
college code for TOEFL is 6105. A minimum score of 600 on the
paper-based exam or 250 on the computer based exam is required
for admission. See www.toefl.org for more information.
 
Financial Information
Certification of Finances form
Verification of finances available in the form of bank statements
or other financial documentation (no older than 6 months). Please
see the Certification of Finances form for specific information. The
U.S. government requires all applicants to provide proof of ability
to pay tuition and living expenses before the College can issue
necessary forms to obtain a visa.