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Priority deadline extended: Still accepting
applications for Spring 2014
Priority deadline for spring semester and spring I:
Course registration for spring opens November 12 for
Main Campus and December 2 for JBLM
The Office of Graduate Studies
438 Old Main
5000 Abbey Way
Lacey, WA 98503
9 a.m. - 5 p.m.
Monday - Friday
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Applications are accepted throughout the year. However, it is in your
interest to meet the following priority dates. This is especially true if
you are applying for financial aid, assistantships or scholarships.
|Deadlines for main campus
|Summer semester (May - July)
|Fall semester (late August - December)
|Spring semester (January - May)
|Deadlines for JBLM campus
|Summer session (May - July)
|Fall session I (August - October)
|Fall session I (October - December)
|Spring session I (January - March
|Spring session II (March - May)
|**Spring 2014 deadline extended, we're still
Online payment or check for $50 application fee
made out to "Saint Martin's University"
- Official transcripts from ALL colleges and
universities attended sent directly from the institution to OGS.
International students must also submit official English
translations for any transcripts not in English.
- Test scores: (GRE or MAT) sent directly from
the testing agency and a copy of WEST-B results (reading, writing
and math). Detailed information on these tests can be found on our
Admission resources PDF.
letters of recommendation.
Have each recommender send their signed form directly to the Saint
Martin’s University Office of Graduate Studies. Letter writers are
encouraged to attach a letter further detailing qualifications.
- Curriculum vitae outlining your professional or
work experience details
- Proof of fingerprinting and clearance through OSPI
Character and Fitness form
- Program advising appointment
- International students must also submit an official
TOEFL or IELTS score report and a completed declaration of
finances form along with financial documentation.
||On-site essay. Applicants must come to the
College of Education to write a brief personal statement of
approximately 300-400 words. To schedule your appointment, please
email the College of Education and Professional Psychology:
||Once admitted, students will be required to submit the following
We encourage applicants to get these materials in as soon as
possible (even during the application process)
as they are needed before students can register.
Pre-program observation form
- Proof of valid CPR /First Aid card or course registration
- Photo (can be electronic)