Admissions Application Procedures for Graduate Programs

To apply for graduate admission, a person must:

  1. Complete the online application for admission. The application is valid for one academic year. If one year has elapsed since the submission, an updated application form is required.
  2. Hold a bachelor’s degree (or higher degree) from an accredited college or university with a cumulative grade point average (GPA) of 3.00 (or higher) on a 4-point scale. Students who do not meet the GPA requirement—or who graduated from an unaccredited institution—may qualify for Probationary Admission.
  3. Submit official academic transcripts from every college or university currently or previously Applicants must contact those institutions and request official transcripts be emailed to If institutions are unable to email the official academic transcripts, they can mail the transcripts in sealed envelopes and send them directly to the Admissions Office at

Kenner University
ATTN: Admissions
315 Montgomery Street, 10th Floor
San Francisco, CA 94104

  1. Submit a well-written, two-page admission essay that includes the following:
    • A brief self-introduction
    • Reasons for pursuing the chosen graduate degree at Kenner University.
    • Educational, professional, and personal experiences that have shaped the decision and prepared the applicant for graduate studies.
    • Personal life and career goals and how master’s studies will help accomplish those goals.
    • Any additional information the applicant may wish to provide to the Graduate Admission Committee as it considers the application.
  1. Submit any other information the applicant may wish to provide to the Graduate Admission Committee as evidence of the ability to complete graduate-level studies. This may include, but is not limited to:
    • Samples of academic or professional research and writing ability, such as research papers, published articles, or work products
    • Professional licensures, certifications, or training experiences
    • Pertinent awards or achievements