Admission to SUNY Oneonta is based on the academic and personal qualiﬁcations of the respective applicants without regard to race, age, gender, sexual orientation, religion, national origin, disability, or status as a veteran. The selection process identiﬁes students whose academic ability, past performance, and motivation indicate a reasonable chance for success at Oneonta.
Departments may require multiple sources of information so that they may thoroughly consider an applicant’s knowledge, abilities and suitability for a program of graduate study. At the discretion of each department, these sources may include any or all of the following: evidence of academic preparation and accomplishment; samples of academic work; letters of recommendation; a statement of professional goals; a personal interview; scores received on the GRE; and evidence of professional experience related to the program of graduate study.
Admission is competitive, and meeting or exceeding the minimum admission requirements identiﬁed by programs and departments does not guarantee admission.
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