Application Checklist

Make sure you have everything ready and on time with our Application Checklist for St. John’s University.

Check It Off!

With a “Rolling Admission” policy, we process and notify prospective students as the applications are received. The exception is the six-year Doctor of Pharmacy (Pharm.D.) program. Choose your application type below for a checklist that will help you “check it off” your to-do list.


  • Complete and submit the online application or print out a paper application, complete it and follow the instructions to submit it.
  • Resume or curriculum vitae
  • Two letters of recommendation from instructors in the proposed area of specialization or other qualified individuals as designated by the school, division, or program to which the candidate is applying. Requirements may differ for some programs.
  • Three letters of recommendation from the following programs:
    • Audiology, Speech Pathology, Ph.D. Biology, M.A. English, D.A. English (2 must be academic), D.A. History, M.A. General Psychology, M.S. School Psychology, M.S. Pharmacy Administration, Ph.D. Pharmaceutical Sciences, M.PH. Public Health
  • Three to five letters of recommendation for the following programs:
    • Ph.D. Clinical Psychology and Psy.D. School Psychology
  • Lab and term paper for the following programs:
    • M.A. General Experimental Psychology, M.S. School Psychology, Psy.D. School Psychology, Ph.D. Clinical Psychology
  • Writing sample for the following programs:
    • M.A. English, D.A. English, D.A. History
  • If you need to upload supporting documents after submission (such as final college transcripts and grades), please email them to (along with contact information and XID#) or mail them to:
    • Graduate Admission Processing Service Center
      St. John’s University
      P.O. Box 811
      Randolph, MA 02368-0811


  •  Evidence of baccalaureate degree from accredited college or university, including official transcripts from each institution attended.


  • Graduate Record Exam (GRE): Applicants must earn satisfactory GRE General Exam scores and supply official GRE scores directly from ETS to the Office of Graduate Admission. School official testing code is 2799.