Applying to Muskingum
Interested in applying for admission to Muskingum University? It's easy; tell us who you are and click on the link for the program that meets your needs:
Admission to Muskingum University is made on a rolling basis. We review submitted applications individually once they are completed, and notify applicants as decisions are made.
Traditional Undergraduate Students
Who are you?
- Incoming freshman, transfer student or bachelor degree-seeking student wanting take classes on campus during the day
- Adult student, transfer student or bachelor degree-completion student wanting to fit classes around a busy life and planning to take evening or online classes
- Click here for additional information
- Students returning to Muskingum University after withdrawal or dismissal. Click here to apply for readmission.
For Graduate Students
Do you want to take graduate-level courses, add credentials or complete a master's degree?
- Click here for Graduate Programs in Education
- Click here for MISST (Master of Information Systems, Strategy and Technology), a graduate program combining Business and Technology
For International Students
Are you coming to Muskingum from outside of the United States? Follow the application process outlined in International Student Admission.
Muskingum Adult Students
A bachelor's degree program designed primarily for adult students who have earned a significant amount of academic credit toward a bachelor’s degree, who find that evening and weekend classes best meet their needs.
Information for students pursuing the Master of Information Strategy, Systems and Technology (MISST), Master of Arts in Education (MAE), Master of Arts in Teaching (MAT) as well as students taking coursework needed for additional teacher licensure.
Involves the standard Undergraduate academic program, but the financial aid opportunities are distinct. View all resources for international programs.
For students who hold a bachelor's degree but who are taking additional undergraduate courses for purposes of obtaining teacher licensure, students who are pursuing a second bachelor's degree, post-secondary options students and transient students.