How To Apply - New Graduate Students

 

Prospective students are encouraged to schedule an appointment with a Martin Enrollment Advisor to begin the admissions process.  Walk-in appointments are also welcomed.
 
Prospective students will be required to provide the following information to begin the admissions process.
 
Apply

Complete an application.

Identification
Prospective students will be required to provide valid identification.  See the list below for examples of accepted forms for identification.
 
  1. State issued driver's license
  2. Federal or State issued identification card (including photo)
  3. School ID (including photo)
  4. U.S. Military ID
  5. U.S. Passport
  6. Permanent Resident or Alien Registration Receipt Card
  7. Foreign Passport (containing I-551 notation)
  8. Employment Authorization Document (including photo)
 
Proof of Graduation
Prospective students will be required to provide proof of graduation from an accredited high school or GED program.  Click here to download a Transcript Request Form.
 
Prospective students must provide proof of graduation from a college with a minimum of a Bachelor's degree.  Click here to download a Transcript Request Form.
 
Letters of Recommendation
Prospective students are required to have three Letters of Recommendation, delivered in sealed envelopes to the Office of Student Services.

 

Statement of Purpose
Prospective students must provide a 500 word Statement of Purpose

 

Application Fee
1.   Prospective students are required to provide a $55 application fee.

 

All requirements must be completed no later than 3 weeks prior to the start of classes.

The Martin University Student Services Department  will assist you in completing the admissions process.  Call or e-mail us today to schedule your appointment.
 
admissions@martin.edu
317.543.3235

 

Prospective Students

 

New Undergraduate Students
New Graduate Students
Returning Students
Re-Entering Students
Military/Veteran Students

For additional information regarding admissions into Martin University's graduate programs, click on the links below.

Community Psychology Admissions Guidelines

Urban Ministry Admissions Guidelines