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    At UNCG we’re considering requiring admitted graduate students to either pay an enrollment deposit or register for classes upon admission as a means to confirm their intent to enroll.

    I wonder if anyone has any experience implementing something similar.

    Have programs that require enrollment deposits seen a decrease in enrollment?

    Thank you,

    Gregory C. Bell
    Dean of Graduate Education
    UNC Greensboro


    At Indiana University of Pennsylvania, we do not have an enrollment deposit requirement; only the $50 application fee.

    Sharon Procter
    Associate Dean for Administration
    School of Graduate Studies and Research


    Wright State University does not require a deposit. Graduate students can register for classes upon admission, but it’s not required.


    At the University of Nevada, Reno, we only have the application fee, no enrollment deposit

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