How Do I Apply?
You can begin your application for the graduate degree programs online through the UW Graduate School website. The online application lets you know what materials you need to submit, and allows you to save your information before submitting.
Required Application Materials
- Submit Unofficial Transcript(s)
- Submit Statement of Purpose
- Submit Resume or CV
- Self-report GRE General Scores and request ETS send official scores using code 4854
- Designate Recommendations (3)
- (IF APPLICABLE) Self-report English Language Proficiency Scores (please see Memorandum #8) and request ETS send official scores using code 4854
- Pay Fee and Submit Application
For Amath MS On-Campus or PhD applicants only:
Submit Assistantship and Fellowship Application
For PhD applicants only:
Self-report GRE Subject scores (optional, but encouraged); request ETS send official scores using code 4854
For international applicants only:
Further application materials may be required for international applicants. Please check the graduate school for details
For all CFRM applicants:
Please review CFRM admissions information
No hard-copy application materials should be mailed to the department. If an offer of admission is made and accepted, the application status page will then indicate which materials should be mailed. Those materials should be sent to the Graduate School, not the department.
|Amath On-Campus or PhD||January 15th of the year of admission.|
|Amath Online MS||Online degree seeking students are welcome to apply for admission for fall, winter or spring quarter. Please see here for deadlines and details.|
|CFRM||Please see here for deadlines and details.|
Graduate Non-matriculated Students
Graduate Non-matriculated (GNM) status provides access to graduate courses for those who are not currently seeking a graduate degree, but who may later want to apply these credits (up to 12) toward one of our graduate degree programs. A bachelor’s degree and 3.0 GPA in your last 90 quarter (60 semester) hours are required to apply for GNM status. More information on this status is available through the Graduate School page on GNM applications.