The Claremont Graduate University online application is hosted online by Slate Technolutions via a secure web server. You will create a username and password so that you can return to continue your application over several sessions and check your status after submission. After you submit your application, it is made available for review by our faculty and staff. Prior to beginning your application, please review the How to Apply page for application guidelines and required materials.
This application is for the following programs:
- CGU master’s, doctoral, and certificate programs
- Accelerated Master of Public Health (MPH)
- DO/MPH dual enrollment program with Western University of Health Sciences and PhD in Health Promotion Sciences
The fee for this application is $80.
For applicants to the Master of Public Health (MPH) and Doctorate in Public Health (DrPH):
SOPHAS is a service of the Association of Schools and Programs of Public Health, which represents the CEPH-accredited schools and programs of public health. You will not be required to submit an additional application to CGU directly; submission through the SOPHAS portal is all that is required. Applicants to the PhD program in Health Promotion Sciences should submit the above CGU Online Application only. The fee for this application is $135.
Claremont Graduate Scholars Program, Soka University of America, and SUNY Geneseo Application
This application is specifically for applicants applying to CGU who attend or have already completed their undergraduate degree at the Claremont Colleges, Soka University of America, or SUNY Geneseo. This application should also be used for students of the aforementioned institutions who are applying to the Claremont Graduate Scholars Program.
This application is for applicants who wish to apply for non-degree study as a special standing student. Non-degree/special standing study is limited to one academic year or 12 units of study. International students in F-1 and J-1 visa status are not eligible to enroll as special standing students.