Graduate Applications

We encourage you to apply online using the link below, but if you prefer a paper application, please contact Application requirements can be found on our Admissions Requirements page.

NOTE: If applying to the Master of Athletic Training (MAT) program, you must apply through the Athletic Training Centralized Application System (ATCAS). Please see the Admissions Requirements found on that program page.

If you have any questions about your application, contact Graduate Admissions at 484-323-3005 or e-mail

References are required for all applications and can be requested electronically during the application process. If you need to use a PDF or paper version, please download the Reference form.

Upon submission of an application, a checklist with specific program requirements will be provided on your application status page.

All Programs (Except MAT)

Use this to apply for all programs except Master of Athletic Training (MAT) and Dietetic Internship programs.

Master of Athletic Training (MAT)

Use this to apply to the MAT program through ATCAS.

Program Application Deadlines

The College of Graduate Studies main campus operates on a rolling admissions basis for applications unless noted below.

Off-campus locations operate on a cohort format with specific deadlines and start dates. For application deadlines for off-campus cohorts, contact Graduate Admission at or 484-323-3005.

Master of Athletic Training (MAT)

The deadline for submitting applications and required materials to the MAT program is March 15th for a summer start. Applications are submitted directly through the ATCAS website.

Doctor of Clinical Psychology (Psy.D.)

The deadline for submitting applications and required materials to the Psy.D. program is January 15th for a fall start. if the date falls on a weekend, the deadline is the following Monday.

Fall 2022 Psy.D. applications are still being accepted. Test scores are optional. If you have questions, please contact

We are now accepting applications for the new MS+DI Program with a start date of Summer or Fall 2022. Students enrolled will complete a Master of Science in Clinical Nutrition combined with a Dietetic Internship and be eligible to sit for the RD exam in 2024. Interested candidates should contact Dr. Danielle Kronmuller, internship director, at

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