Candidates for admission to Gallatin are evaluated on the basis of their academic and professional background as well as on their potential to succeed in an individualized program of study of either a professional, scholarly, or creative nature. We consider the candidate’s academic record, professional experience (if relevant), Statement of Purpose, and letters of recommendation. A bachelor’s degree from an accredited undergraduate institution or the equivalent international credential is required.
Please send credentials to:
The Gallatin Office of Enrollment Management
1 Washington Place, 8th floor
New York, NY 10003.
Supplementary Materials are not required. If you would like to submit supplementary materials such as artistic portfolios, writing samples etc., You are welcome to email them to John Bradley. If possible please send links including a title for each. When sending please indicate: "Supplemental Materials for your name " in the subject line.
The Gallatin School does not require standardized test scores such as the Graduate Record Examination (GRE), but applicants who have taken such examinations may submit their scores.
|January 15|| |
Fall Financial Aid Priority Deadline
Applications received by this date will be given priority for financial aid consideration.
|January 15|| |
Fall International Student Deadline
|March 1|| |
|March 15 || |
Recommended Deadline for FAFSA submission
|October 1|| |
Please note: Applications received after the final deadline may be considered at the discretion of the Admissions Committee.
The Gallatin School does not typically offer summer admission. Under rare circumstances, a student may begin in the summer term. Please contact the Director of Enrollment at firstname.lastname@example.org to discuss.