Several graduate programs waive GRE/GMAT requirements for limited time
Lipscomb is making pursuing a graduate degree a little simpler for a limited time.
Kim Chaudoin |
Lipscomb University’s Office of Graduate Admissions has announced that several of its programs have made temporary changes to their entrance processes and requirements to make starting a graduate program easier during this time of working and attending school remotely.
Jason Hamilton, assistant vice president of graduate and corporate recruiting, announced that for a limited time several of Lipscomb’s graduate programs have temporarily waived testing GRE/GMAT requirements and extended application deadlines. In addition, all graduate programs have transitioned to online courses for the summer.
“We want to provide those who want to earn a graduate degree with a simple process by removing some of the barriers that may keep them from pursuing those goals during this challenging time in our society,” said Hamilton. “That’s just one way we can serve our community and make the process less stressful for them. Applying for graduate school has never been easier given these changes.”
Lipscomb University offers more than 74 programs of study leading to graduate certificates, master’s, educational endorsements, education specialist and doctoral degrees. To learn more about Lipscomb’s graduate offerings, visit the programs of study information page.