Accepted Graduate Student

Congratulations on your admission!

To protect its character and standards of scholarship, the University reserves the right, and the applicant concedes to the University the right, to deny admission to any student at any time for any reason the University deems sufficient. Our admission committee holistically reviews each application, and renders a final decision. As such, under most circumstances, admission decisions cannot be appealed. 

Congratulations to all admitted students! Please see the information below on your next steps to successfully matriculate into Howard University.

Accepted Students

Accept Admission Offer

Pay Your Enrollment Fee

Students confirm their intent to enroll at Howard University by paying the required $300 non-refundable Enrollment Fee. By paying this fee you accept your admittance to Howard University. This is an out-of-pocket student expense that should be paid as soon as you receive your acceptance letter. Student loans or any other financial award money cannot be applied to pay this fee.  This fee must be paid before a student can matriculate at Howard University. Accepted students can pay the $300 enrollment fee here. The steps have been provided below for your convenience:

  1. Enter your Student Identification Number including the ‘@’ symbol; (Ex. @012345678) and PIN (six-digit DOB in the MMDDYY format) in the Students and Staff area.

  2. Select the Deposits tab at the top of the page.

  3. Beside Select a term, select the appropriate semester from the drop-down menu.

  4. Select the appropriate deposit from the drop-down menu beside Select a deposit.

  5. Follow the prompts through the payment, print the confirmation page and retain for your records this record.

Spring Enrollment Deadline:
  • January 1, 2021
Summer Enrollment Deadline:
  • May 1, 2021
Fall Enrollment Deadlines:
  • July 1, 2021

 

Submit Your Final Transcript(s)

Accepted graduate applicants may submit updated official college transcripts for consideration, if specifically required by the Office of Admission (see the conditions of your acceptance letter). 

Howard University will accept graduate transfer credits from a regionally accredited postsecondary institution. Each school/college has specific eligibility criteria and stipulations for transfer credits. Please see the PDF link below for further details.

Log Into Your Bison Email

All Howard communication will be sent to your Bison Email. Issued to enrolled student only, you can access your login information from BisonWeb generally between 2-5 business days after you have paid the correct enrollment fee for your admission type.

You can access your student email through your BisonWeb portal. 

  • Step 1: Log into BisonWeb.
  • Step 2: Click Personal information
  • Step 2: Click View E-Mail Addresses
    • Note: You must enter the "@" sign before your student ID to access your BisonWeb account

Alternatively, You can log in at: www.gmail.com using your Howard email credentials.

Student email domain is: @Bison.howard.edu

Your username is generally, first.lastname; In some cases, it could be first initial, lastname.  

  • Example: howard.blue@Bison.howard.edu (first.lastname) or howardb@Bison.howard.edu (firstinitial, lastname)

A Bison Email is only issued to enrolled student. Students who are only accepted do not get a Bison email.

 

Submit Your Medical/Immunization Records

All incoming students are required to submit medical/immunization records. Once you have paid the enrollment fee and have been assigned an HU email account (available up to a week after you have paid the enrollment fee) and student ID number, please log onto Med+Proctor and set up your account at www.medproctor.com. There is a one-time $10 fee to utilize the service. 

Instructions: 

  1. Register-Visit www.medproctor.com  and click "register" to start a new account. Search and select Howard University to get started and follow the directions to register a new account. 

  2. Download- Fill out any required personal, medical or insurance information. Download the required forms and follow directions provided.

  3. Upload- Log back into your Med+Proctor account and upload a copy of your forms. Make sure your forms are complete and legible. You will receive an email confirmation once the forms have been reviewed.

You must download the Med+Proctor medical forms and take them to your medical provider. Be sure all forms are filled out completely, including dates and signatures. You can then upload your forms to the Med+Proctor site. Do not bring, fax or email any medical forms to the Student Health Center. All of your documents must be uploaded to Med+Proctor. With this format, you can even upload clear pictures directly from your smart phone.

For further details, please visit the Student Health Center's website. You may also click the highlighted link for Med+Proctor Support

Review Housing Details

Whether you live in a residence hall or off-campus housing, Howard University has a network to support you. For further housing details, please visit the Housing website

International Students

All enrolled international applicants that have enrolled into Howard University must submit a Statement of Financial Resources Form (SOFR) and supporting financial documents to receive a Form I-20, Certificate of Eligibility for Nonimmigrant Student Status. All documents must be received by the Office of International Student Services, to ensure you are able to receive your Form I-20 in a timely manner. However, to best ensure you are able to receive a visa appointment, we do encourage you to submit your documents well in advance of the deadline communicated by the Office of Admission.

  • Spring Deadline - January 15, 2021
  • Summer Deadline - May 15, 2021
  • Fall Deadline - July 15, 2021

Enrolled students will be notified of the SOFR requirements after they have confirmed their enrollment into Howard University via the payment of the enrollment fee. In the interim, students are encouraged to carefully review all financial resources available, and to gather all financial documents to provide proof of support for related educational costs. Bank Statements and other financial documents must be issued no more than 90 days prior to submission to Howard University. Please also ensure that the total amount of resources is enough to cover the expenses for the school/college that you wish to attend. You should not depend upon employment to cover the costs of attending the University. Immigration laws allow students, who are in good academic standing and have enrolled for at least one calendar year, to apply for a work permit to engage in off-campus employment. You may apply to the University for financial assistance, but you will compete with all other students who apply. In reviewing your financial resources, you should not count on either employment or financial aid from the University.

Admission Tasks