Graduate Admission Information
If you’re considering a graduate degree, you’re likely to have questions:
- What will I need to do to get accepted into a program?
- Can I juggle the academic work with my job and family responsibilities?
- Will a graduate degree help me professionally?
We can help you find the answers.
Graduate program admission varies by institution, but usually requires some or all of the following:
- Official undergraduate transcripts
- Minimum GPA for undergraduate work
- Scores from a graduate admission exam
- ° Graduate Management Admission Test (GMAT)
- ° Graduate Record Exam (GRE)
- ° Miller Analogies Test (MAT)
- ° Law School Admissions Test (LSAT)
- ° Illinois Test of Academic Proficiency (teacher preparation programs only)
- Letters of recommendation
- Statement of objectives and goals
- Completed application and fee
Our Pre-Admission Advisor can help you determine the requirements for admission into the program that interests you. Click the “Contact Us” button at right to ask your question or schedule an appointment. Or, use “Find a Degree” to consult the profile of programs that interest you.
About Admission Exams
Each of the links above will take you to the official site for that exam. You will find information about how to prepare for the exam, as well as how to register for it and where to take it.
The College of Lake County offers online test preparation courses for most graduate admission exams as well as a classroom-based preparation courses for the Illinois Test of Basic Skills an exam taken by students who wish to enter teacher certification programs.
GRE Test Prep
College of Lake County will offer a six-session Saturday course preparing students to take the GRE. The prep course will start on October 15 and end before Thanksgiving. For more information, download the flyer below or visit CLC’s Personal Enrichment website or download the flyer below.