Unconditional—the applicant has met all college and program requirements for admission to a graduate program.
Conditional—the applicant’s admission materials are missing one or more areas required by the college or program e.g. reference letter, official test scores. A student will be admitted without condition upon providing all deficient information. Students electing to enter the bachelor to master accelerated program and meeting all admission criteria except for the completion of the bachelor degree will be admitted to the master program under conditional classification while completing the bachelor program.
Provisional—the applicant is admitted to the graduate program under some described provisional status. These applicants have not met all of the specific program requirements for the graduate program to which they are applying. The student must perform to a level that warrants removal of provisional admission status within the timeframe defined by the program.
Denial—the applicant is not admitted to the college for graduate studies.