We're committed to identifying individuals that match our passion for innovation, entrepreneurship, and responsible business practices. Ensure you have met all admission requirements and deadline for your program by reviewing our application guide below. If you are a non-U.S. resident, please explore our application requirements for international students.
Unique Application Requirements
Official transcripts must be sent directly from the institution's Registrar either electronically or by mail.
Electronic transcripts from the institution's Registrar are preferred and should be sent to firstname.lastname@example.org.
If electronic transcripts are not available, request an official transcript issued by the Registrar in a sealed envelope and mail directly to:
Graziadio School Admission Office
6100 CENTER DR FL 4
LOS ANGELES, CA 90045-9206
Note: Transcripts must be submitted directly from your college and university to be considered official. Documents forwarded from your personal email will be considered unofficial.
Applicants must provide an official transcript showing their academic record through the most current term of study, including in-progress units. Once all courses are completed, a final official transcript with all grades posted (and degree conferral or award date if applicable) is required.
Yes, you must provide official transcripts for all colleges and universities attended including but are not limited to transcripts from transfer institutions, college courses completed post bachelor degree (where credit was awarded), Study Abroad and college courses taken while in high school.
Yes, email OneStop at email@example.com to request your official transcript be sent to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Yes, you must provide official transcripts for all colleges and universities attended, including study abroad programs.
Yes, you must provide official transcripts for all colleges and universities attended.
Yes, you must provide official transcripts for all colleges and universities attended. If your school no longer exists, you'll need to request your transcripts from the Department of Education in the state you attended school.