As an applicant to Robinson, you are equipped with a support team to help you navigate the admissions process. From choosing the program that best fits your goals to completing your online application, these staff members are eager to help.
Graduate Recruiting: Your graduate recruitment manager will help you explore our program options and choose the degree that will propel your academic and professional goals. If you are looking for guidance on putting together a strong application, contact your graduate recruitment manager or sign up for the next virtual event.
Graduate Admissions: Your admissions coordinator can answer your questions regarding application materials, tuition classification, and lawful presence. If you are having trouble accessing required application materials or need assistance with application changes (e.g., in term or program), contact your admissions coordinator.
The graduate re-entry application is for graduate students who are currently INACTIVE. You are considered inactive when you have low or no enrollment over a period time.
Specifically, you are inactive when:
- you have not registered for courses at Georgia State during any of the previous three semesters
- you have not registered for six or more credit hours for the current and preceding two terms
You may also be routed to the graduate re-entry application for additional reasons at your home college's discretion.
Graduate re-entry applicants may only re-enter into the graduate program they were previously enrolled in. If you wish to take courses in or enroll in a different degree/certificate program, you must submit a graduate application.
Students enrolled in a graduate degree program at another accredited institution may take graduate courses in the college. A maximum of nine semester hours may be taken as a transient student unless approval for additional hours is requested by the student’s home institution. Transients who later enroll in a Robinson master’s program may apply a maximum of nine appropriate graduate credit hours earned in transient status toward the requirements of the Robinson program.
To become a master’s degree-seeking student, a transient student must submit a new online application, application fee, and the required credentials by the application deadline for the semester in which they wish to begin.
The below transient application materials must be submitted online:
- The online application
- A $50 application fee. This fee is nonrefundable.
- A “Certification of Good Standing” completed by the home institution. Please refer to your home institution for the appropriate form or you may use this form.
The purpose of this form is for newly admitted students to request a deferral of their admissions to a later term. Deferrals may be requested up until 3 weeks prior to the start of the desired semester.
Conditions of deferring your admission:
*Students are only allowed a one-time deferral within the academic year for which the student was admitted. If a deferral was granted previously, subsequent deferrals are not permitted, and the student must submit a new application and fee for consideration.
*If you are deferring your admissions, you must drop any registered courses in order to prevent charges for the original term.
*If you are seeking a change of program, you must submit a new application and fee. If you have questions, email [email protected].
*If you have already submitted a seat deposit, that deposit is forfeited. You will be required to submit a new seat deposit for the new semester if the deferral is approved. The new seat deposit will be credited to your student account if you enroll in the new semester
If you have any questions or comments, please email [email protected].
If you want to enroll in a different master's program, please submit a new application and fee. Any previously submitted materials can be transferred to the new application, except for the video interview. If you have any questions regarding this process, please email [email protected].