After You Apply

You’ve applied and submitted your application. Now what?

What's next?

You can check your status online at any time. This will show you a checklist of all your items and if they’re all correct and complete.

Personal interview

If you’re one of our top applicants to the coordinated program, you’ll be invited to attend an admissions interview. This will be arranged with the director of coordinated programs.

Departmental review

The time that it takes for an application to go through the review process varies. After we complete our review of your application, we communicate the recommendations and denials to Admissions and they update the official record. We do this throughout the application cycle.

After a decision has been made

Once Admissions enters a decision, the application portal updates and an official decision letter gets mailed out.

You’ll receive a decision by email or mail sometime between February and May.

If you've been admitted...

Congratulations! Access our Admitted Student page to follow up with next steps!

International students: If you’ll need a student visa, you should submit OIS financial documents for the Office of International Services.

If you've been denied...

Unfortunately, we can’t accept everyone. If you applied to the coordinated program and you’ve been denied, we automatically consider you for our nutrition science program. You may contact us directly to inquire about our decision. In some cases, we can advise you on what you can do to improve your applicant profile or successfully apply for a future term.

You may also appeal a negative admission decision, although a reversal of an initial decision is unlikely.

Questions?

We’re here to help. If you have questions about what to do next, contact us.

Carol Braunschweig

Coordinated Program

You can contact Carol Braunschweig at:

Kirsten Straughan

Nutrition Science Program

You can contact Kirsten Straughan at: