If the Graduate College does not have official transcripts at the time of admission, two admission scenarios can occur using either in-progress or unofficial documents. “Subject To” admission allows a student to submit required official documents to our office at a later date. Students are notified of this status via email and it is clearly stated on their Certificate of Admission. Both the email and Certificate of Admission will list the specific official documents that must be submitted to our office within 30 days after the first day of classes. Failure to submit the required documents will result in students being restricted from registration for the next semester.
“Subject To” types are:
- A student who is In-Progress on their admissible degree.
Domestic students must provide official final transcripts with the degree posted.
International students must provide final transcripts and a degree/diploma certificate, if not officially posted on their transcript. All international documents must include officially verified English translations* issued by the university or college.
2. A student who has provided complete but unofficial transcripts in GradApp.
If sufficient documentation exists at the time of admission, the Graduate College will use the unofficial record to complete admission.
Reminder: “Subject To” students must provide all required official documents to our office within 30 days after the first day of classes.
*In "Subject To" admission cases, students who do not have official English translations from their previous institutions, may complete our English Translation Form (PDF).