The Graduate Admissions office invites applications from students whose academic preparation and career interest suggest capability for success in pursuit of a graduate degree. Before beginning the application process, please carefully read the description of the program and its requirements. All programs do not consider applicants for admission for each term and all programs have different admissions requirements. See the Graduate Programs section for admission terms, required documents and pre-requisite information.
We hope that you will find that High Point University offers the educational experience and the learning environment you are seeking and that we can help you reach your career and life goals. We look forward to working with you throughout the admission process. Use the online application today.
Fall – June 30 for MBA, Communication and all Education* programs
Spring – November 15 for MBA, Communication and all Education** programs
Summer – March 31 for MBA, Communication and all Education programs
*Ed.D enrolls in Fall term only.
**Add-On License program enrolls in Fall and Spring term only
To submit transcripts and application materials, please use the address below:
High Point University
One University Parkway
High Point, NC 27268
Non-degree admission may be approved for applicants, including High Point University master’s degree alumni, who wish to take courses without earning credit in a High Point University graduate program. Further, some courses may not be available to non-degree students and consultation with the program director prior to applying for non-degree admission is advised. Generally, students classified as non-degree are allowed to take a maximum of six semester hours.
While non-degree students may subsequently apply to pursue a degree, there is no assurance they will be admitted to a degree program. Any application to change from non-degree to degree admission must be submitted and reviewed before the end of the term in which the maximum number of allowed non-degree hours will be completed. If admitted to a degree program, time spent in non-degree status counts toward the maximum time allowed for earning a degree.
Graduate credit earned at another institution is not transferred automatically. Students in degree programs, which consider transfer credit, may submit an application for transfer of credit to the Graduate School during their first term of graduate enrollment. Students who meet the below requirements and are looking to transfer credit should email firstname.lastname@example.org for more information.
a) Must be completed at an institution accredited as degree-granting by a recognized regional accrediting body for higher education at the time the course was completed;
b) Must be appropriate for fulfilling High Point University degree requirements;
c) Must not exceed six semester hours of graduate credit;
d) Must have earned “A” or “B” for all hours being transferred;
e) Must not have been completed more than five calendar years prior to the request for transfer of credit;
f) Must be documented on an official transcript that existed in the Graduate School at the time of the original review for admission;
g) Must have been earned through regular instruction not workshops, independent study, portfolio-based experiences, and the like;
h) Must be approved by a student’s program director and the Associate Dean of the Graduate School.