Rolling admissions at UNE means that we process applications and accept students as we receive their applications. It’s that simple! But there’s a catch…
We have a specific amount of spots to fill in the cohort, and once the spots are filled, they’re filled. Applying early could help your chances of admission.
Our admissions team at UNE Online is continually reviewing and working toward streamlining the admissions process. We have made great strides in improving our process to make it faster and more efficient for you, and we continue to push for improvements. We try very hard to make this process as clear and easy as possible.
Getting into graduate school is definitely a multi-step procedure. You have already been through the application process to get into your undergrad program – so you probably remember that there are many pieces that need to be coordinated and it can get a little overwhelming. But like most things, the more you know up front and can plan for, the less stressful it becomes.
It takes longer than you would think to gather all of your materials. Colleges and universities sometimes need a couple of weeks to process your transcript request, especially during peak times. You need to factor that time in as well so you can get your transcripts in well ahead.
You’ll need to line up letters of recommendation as part of the application process, and your references need time to compose a recommendation letter for you. Quality takes time, so be sure to give your letter writer plenty of lead time to do you this courtesy.
In order to be considered for admissions to the online program of your choosing, you must complete an online application. Each graduate program provides its own admissions requirements, procedures, and deadlines. Click below to find out more about a particular graduate program of study and the application procedure for that program.
If you have any questions, be sure to get in touch. Our enrollment counselors are specialists in their particular programs and have experience in advising students on every step of the process. For more information, you can also request a program brochure of your choice:
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