ORGL Application Requirements
Applicants are able to upload all items listed below within the online application – except for transcripts.
- Complete the online application and pay $50 application fee (pay at the end of the online application). See ORGL “Apply Now” button at online.gonzaga.edu and follow the instructions given.
- One official transcript from each college or university attended.
- If GPA falls below a 3.0 please include an explanation of GPA statement.
- If you previously attended Gonzaga or are a current student, please note that GU transcripts are ordered by the Graduate Admissions Office on your behalf.
- Mail official transcripts to: Gonzaga University
Virtual Campus Admissions
502 E. Boone Avenue
Spokane, WA 99258-0068
- A minimum of two letters of recommendation from an employer, professional colleague or major professor which evaluate the applicant’s ability and capacity to complete a graduate degree.
- Statement of Purpose This essay must be a well written, organized, and no longer than 1,000 words. It must also include the following:
- describe the applicant’s interest in an Organizational Leadership Studies degree,
- assess the applicant’s strengths, and
- describes what the applicant hopes to gain from this graduate degree.
- Resume of professional experience.
- The Official Score from the MAT or the GRE, which must be less than five years old or unless you have completed a Master’s degree.
- Prepare to take the MAT (Miller Analogies Test) if you have not taken a graduate entrance exam in the last 5 years or completed a Master’s degree. Go to www.milleranalogies.com or call 1-800-622-3231.
International students must submit the above documentation and the following items:
- Submission of foreign transcripts in the original language and a certified English copy
- An official TOEFL score of 88 ibt, 580 (written) OR an IELTS score of 6.5 or higher OR successful completion of Gonzaga University’s ESL program
- A Financial Declaration Form and supporting bank statement
- Note: International students cannot receive an I-20 from enrolling in the online program, they must take courses at the Spokane campus. For more information on the International Student Program please call 509-313-6563.
Program information is subject to change. Contact an Admission Counselor for further questions.