Application Requirements

Transcripts

All applicants must submit an official copy of every transcript from every institution of higher education ever attended. The transcripts must be mailed to:

SUNY Old Westbury
Attn: Graduate Admissions Processing
1060 Broadway
Albany, NY 12204

Photocopies, faxed copies or student copies are not considered official. If college transcripts are from institutions outside the United States, an official copy (in the original language) must be sent to the Graduate Admission Office at the College at Old Westbury. An official translation/evaluation by World Education Services (WES) or Office of International Education Services (AACRAO) may be submitted.

Applicants with education outside the United States are also encouraged to supply a college catalog or course syllabus that reflects the academic content for each course. This will facilitate the admissions evaluation process.

Application Deadlines

Priority is given to those applicants who submit all documents by the following deadlines. 

  • For Fall admission: June 15th.
  • For Spring admission:  November 15th. 

Completed applications received after the deadline will be processed on a space available basis. 

Graduate Application deadlines for the MS in Accounting and Taxation, can be found at https://www.oldwestbury.edu/schools/business/graduate-programs

Contact the Graduate Admission Office at 516-876-3200, if you have any questions about the application process.

Medical Requirements

All students must submit appropriate documentation verifying that they are in full compliance with the New York State immunization requirements. Students not in full compliance will not be allowed to register for classes.

DOWNLOAD THE STUDENT HEALTH IMMUNIZATION FORM HERE

Immunization requirements include:

  • Measles:  Two doses of live measles vaccine administered after one year of age and after 1968: or physician's documentation of having measles; or a blood test showing immunity.
  • Mumps:  One dose of live mumps vaccine administered after one year of age and after 1969; or physician's documentation of having had mumps; or a blood test showing immunity.
  • Rubella (German Measles):  One dose of live rubella vaccine administered after one year of age and after 1969; or a blood test showing immunity.

Immunization documents can be faxed directly to Student Health Services at 516.876.3142.