Graduate students are those who already have earned a bachelor's degree and are working toward a master's, specialist, professional, or doctoral degree. Admission and financial aid guidelines are different for graduate school, so check these links for more information.
Often specific graduate programs have admission requirements that are different from admission to a campus's graduate school. Check with your chosen campus for detailed requirements.
Get information on exams required for graduate and professional studies.
Focus on Academics
Search among more than 4,400 of the UW System's academic programs. Find out which campuses offer the major/s you're interested in.
Services for Graduate Students
Adult and Returning Student Offices
Find the student organizations or offices that serve adults at most UW campuses.
On-Campus Housing for Graduate and Adult Students
Find out which UW campuses offer university housing for adults and/or graduate students.
All full-time students, regardless of age, are eligible for medical services at four-year UW campuses.
Student health insurance plans are available at each of our campuses.
On-campus child care is available at most of our 13 four-year universities. Ages of children, hours, and fees vary by campus.
Paying for College
Tuition and Fees
You'll see current tuition and fees for each UW System campus.
Graduate Financial Aid
Applying for financial aid, scholarship information, student budgets, explanations of aid types—it's all here.
Military Education Benefits
If you are a Veteran or Active Military, this site defines available education benefits and can put you in touch with the Veterans' coordinator at your campus of interest.