Welcome to our graduate admissions event page. We offer a variety of on-campus and virtual events throughout the year, including open houses, online chats, and program-specific info sessions and webinars. At these events, you can learn more about our graduate degree offerings, admissions criteria, and application process. Of course, if you would prefer, you can always call us at 1-866-GRAD-HOF to schedule a one-on-one admissions consultation with one of the deans.
** Check back here on the second Thursday of each month to log in to our online chat.
Log in to our monthly online chats with the Graduate Admissions staff to ask any questions you might have about programs of study or the application process. These chats will take place on the second Thursday of each month. You do not have to pre-register for an online chat. You can join a chat by clicking on the "Log In" button on the day of the chat.
** Check back here on the third Monday of each month to log in to our online chat.
Log in to our monthly online chats for international students with the Graduate Admissions staff to ask any questions you might have about programs of study, the application process, or the international visa process and requirements. These chats will take place on the third Monday of each month. You do not have to pre-register for an online chat. You can join a chat by clicking on the "Log In" button on the day of the chat.
At this event, you will have the opportunity to meet with representatives from the School of Education; School of Health Sciences and Human Services; School of Engineering and Applied Sciences; Frank G. Zarb School of Business; Hofstra College of Liberal Arts and Sciences; Lawrence Herbert School of Communication; and the Office of Graduate Admissions. Have your program-specific questions answered, learn about the application and financial aid process, and have your application fee waived if you start an application within 48 hours of the open house.
If you’re not ready to make the jump into a master’s- or doctoral-level program but you want to get started, you will have the chance to enroll on-site as a non-matriculated student. As a non-matriculated student, you may complete up to 12 credits before enrolling in a degree program. Please note that non-matriculated status is not available to international, Zarb School of Business, psychology, or counseling students.
Join representatives from the departments of Health Studies & Kinesiology, Special Education, and Teaching, Literacy & Leadership to learn more about graduate education program offerings, admissions, and student support services. You will have the opportunity to ask program-specific questions, inquire about scholarships and financial aid, and, if you start an application within 48 hours, have your application fee waived.
Take advantage of this opportunity to learn more about our graduate courses of study in Community Health, Counseling, Creative Arts Therapy, Health Administration, Marriage and Family Therapy, Public Health, Physician Assistant Studies, Rehabilitation Counseling, and Speech-Language-Hearing Sciences.
Schedule a one-on-one consultation with representatives from these program areas to explore course offerings, learn about the admission process, and find out how a degree from Hofstra will enhance your future.
To schedule your appointment, please be sure to indicate your program of interest in the “Major” field and availability on these dates in the “Comments” section of the RSVP form.
At this event, you will have the opportunity to meet with the Directors of the Graduate Business Office, Zarb professors and the Zarb School of Business Career Center. In addition to the application process, we will discuss our various Graduate Business program offerings including the Evening MBA program, Full-Time Day MBA program, Specialized MS programs, Online MBA program & Executive MBA program.
Prospective students who attend this event and begin their application within 48 hours will have their application fee waived. We are on a rolling admission basis and are accepting applications for the Spring & Fall 2014 semesters. The first day of classes for the Spring semester is January 27th.