Application Deadlines and Processes
APPLICATION DEADLINES (Domestic)
June 30 for Fall (August) enrollment
September 1 for Fall Session II (October) enrollment
November 15 for Spring (January) enrollment
February 1 for Spring Session II (March) enrollment
April 15 for Summer (May) enrollment
APPLICATION DEADLINES (International)
May 1 for Fall (August) enrollment
August 1 for Fall Session II (October) enrollment
November 1 for Spring (January) enrollment
January 15 for Spring Session II (March) enrollment
April 1 for Summer (May) enrollment
Graduate Application Processes
For admission to graduate study, applicants must show evidence that they have earned the baccalaureate degree at an accredited college or university and possess the ability to carry out graduate work of high quality. An official transcript of all previous undergraduate and graduate work must be submitted. To be considered for unconditional admissions, applicants should have a minimum cumulative undergraduate grade point average of 2.5 (on a 4-point scale) and a scholastic average of 3.0 in their undergraduate major. The applicant should have successfully completed the requisite undergraduate courses in the field in which they plan to pursue a graduate degree.
The online application  must be used by all students seeking graduate admission to Delaware State University. A non-refundable application fee of $50 must accompany all submitted applications. For all graduate programs, official scores on the Graduate Record Examination (GRE), Graduate Management Admission Test (GMAT), the Miller Analogies Test (MAT), or other specified examinations, writings, documents, or productions as defined by the individual department or program are required. Students scoring below the 50th percentile on the verbal and/or analytical writing section of their standardized examination may be required to demonstrate additional proficiency.
International Student Admissions
In addition to the requirements noted above, non-English speaking international students applying for admission to graduate study must demonstrate a satisfactory level of proficiency in the English language. This proficiency requirement may be satisfied by meeting the criteria in any one of the following categories:
- Foreign applicants who hold the baccalaureate degree from a regionally accredited college or university within the United States are presumed to be proficient in the English language.
- Foreign applicants who hold the baccalaureate degree or its equivalent from a foreign institution in which English is the language of instruction are presumed to be proficient in English.
- Foreign applicants who do not meet the requirements outlined in 1 and 2 above must take the Test of English as a Foreign Language (TOEFL). Applicants should attain a score of at least 550 on the TOEFL (paper-based test), or a 79-80 (new internet based TOEFL) or a 5.5 minimum IELTS score or documentation
- Have transcripts evaluated by the World Education Service (WES),  Educational Credential Evaluators (ECE ), or the Association of Collegiate Registrars and Admissions Officers (AACRAO)  and then forwarded by the evaluating organization to the Office of Admissions . All academic records must be converted into their U.S. education equivalents by a University-recognized credential agency, to obtain transfer credit for education completed at non U.S. postsecondary institutions. Transcript evaluations must be submitted sealed from the evaluating organization. NOTE: The School of Graduate Studies and Research/Office of Admissions reserves the right to request that transcripts from international English speaking institutions be evaluated by WES or any of the other recognized credential agencies if educational equivalency cannot clearly be determined by the Office of Admissions.
- Submit an I-20 Application, F-1 Student Seeking Financial Statement, and an Affidavit of Support for Free Room & Board to the Office of International Affairs .
*Please note that all application materials are to be received by the deadline noted. Incomplete applications will not be reviewed. Some graduate programs have earlier deadlines and more stringent admission requirements than noted for the School of Graduate Studies and Research. Also note that some programs only admit once per year. Please contact your program of interest  prior to submission of your application. Complete applications are reviewed and evaluated by the respective Department, which recommends action to the Dean of Graduate Studies and Research. The Dean of Graduate Studies and Research reviews all recommendations along with application materials; renders an admission decision and extends an offer of admission to the applicant.
University Departments and Resources
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CAMPUS HOUSING 
The School of Graduate Studies and Research does not manage student housing. Please contact the Department of Housing and Residential Education  at 302.857.6326 or email: firstname.lastname@example.org  regarding processes for applying for student housing.
Students receiving an offer of admission from the School of Graduate Studies and Research and confirming their intent to enroll should activate a University email via the following link: http://www.desu.edu/technology/webmail .
Log in as a student by clicking: “Login to Office365”. Your email username is comprised of the following: first initial, middle initial, followed by last name and the year of your first admission. Your password by default is your student ID number noted on your offer letter. If there are issues contact (302)857-7028 for assistance. Download instructions on resetting your password .
Students who have received an offer of admission from the School of Graduate Studies and Research are eligible to register for the upcoming semester or session. The student is advised to contact their program director and consult the program of study regarding availability of courses.
TUITION AND FEES 
Procedures for completion of the Free Application for Financial Student Aid (FAFSA )
DSU’s School Code is 001428
OFFICE OF STUDENT ACCOUNTS
Issues regarding your account balance should be addressed to the Office of Student Accounts via email: student email@example.com  or via phone (302.857.6240) If interested in making a payment or enrolling in the payment plan, please visit NelNet  on MYDESU and follow the procedures.
All students are required to file completed health forms  with the Student Health Services Office.
Graduate students are not required to opt out of University provided health insurance but all students are required to have health insurance. Please review your healthcare option plans  for this academic year.
Mrs. Candace Alphonso Moore, Director
Office of International Student Services
Email: firstname.lastname@example.org 
Contact School of Graduate Studies and Research:
205 Price Building
Email: email@example.com 
Hours of operation:
8:30 am—4:30 pm