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Official GRE Scores


Official GRE scores are submitted electronically to HAMPCAS directly from Educational Testing Services (ETS) using a special HAMPCAS GRE code that is different for each program and different from the school's regular GRE code. Schools can only see scores that are sent with their code. Review the list below to determine your program's HAMPCAS GRE code, if applicable. If your program is not on this list, contact them directly to determine how you should report your scores. Paper copies are not accepted.

Official GRE scores from ETS can be received by HAMPCAS at any point during the application cycle, even after your application is submitted or verified; however, some programs may have a deadline by which they want your scores posted. Once your official GRE scores are attached to your application, they cannot be removed.

Note that ETS provides the GRE® Fee Reduction Program for individuals who can demonstrate financial need, for those who are unemployed and receiving unemployment compensation, and for national programs that work with underrepresented groups. To learn more about this program, review the GRE® Fee Reduction Program page.

Submitting Your Official GRE Scores to HAMPCAS

  1. Review the list of HAMPCAS GRE codes below to determine your program's HAMPCAS code, if applicable. If you are applying to multiple programs, supply each individual code to ETS to ensure that all programs can view your scores.
  2. Provide the codes to ETS and request that your scores be released. Check with ETS about their turnaround and processing times.
  3. After ETS processing, scores are sent to HAMPCAS in batches and then posted to applications every 2-3 business days. Only scores that you requested using HAMPCAS codes will post to your application. You can view scores attached to your application in the Standardized Tests section of the Check Status tab.

Missing Test Scores

It is your responsibility to follow up on any missing GRE scores in a timely manner. Before contacting HAMPCAS customer service, first confirm if and when ETS sent your scores to HAMPCAS and confirm your program's HAMPCAS GRE code.

If you confirmed that ETS sent your scores to HAMPCAS and your scores are not posted at least two weeks after your test date, then contact customer service and provide them with the following details:

  • First and last names
  • Date of birth
  • CAS ID
  • GRE Registration ID Number
  • School code and name
  • Test date
  • Date scores were sent by ETS

We will use this information to determine if we have received the batch and to locate your scores, if possible. If your scores aren't found, we will contact ETS to troubleshoot.

Note: if your name or date of birth appears differently on your GRE than it does on your HAMPCAS application, your scores will not automatically post to your account. This often happens with applicants with hyphens, apostrophes, etc., in their names. Wait until ETS processes the scores, then contact customer service so they can manually connect the scores to your application.


This list contains all HAMPCAS programs who have a HAMPCAS GRE code.


GRE Code

Columbia University, Mailman School of Public Health, Department of Health Policy and Management


Des Moines University, Graduate Program in Health Care Administration, College of Health Sciences


George Mason University


George Washington University


Governors State University, Dept. of Health Admin., College of Health & Human Svcs.


Indiana University, Richard M. Fairbanks School of Public Health


Medical University of South Carolina


Montana State University-Billings, Department of Health Administration, College of Allied Health Professions


Ohio State University, Division of Health Services Management and Policy, College of Public Health


Rush University, Department of Health Systems Management, College of Health Sciences


Saint Louis University, Dept. of Health Management and Policy, College for Public Health and Social Justice


Stony Brook University


Texas State University


Tulane University School of Public Health and Tropical Medicine


University of Arkansas for Medical Sciences, Fay W. Boozman College of Public Health


University of Detroit Mercy, Health Services Administration Graduate Program, College of Health Professions


University of Illinois at Chicago


University of Iowa, Department of Health Management and Policy, School of Public Health


University of Kentucky, College of Public Health, Master of Health Administration


University of Memphis


University of Missouri-Columbia, Health Management and Informatics Program, School of Medicine


University of North Texas Health Science Center, Dept. of Health Mgmt. and Policy, School of Public Health


University of Pittsburgh, Graduate School of Public Health, Department of Health Policy and Management


University of the Pacific, MBA in Healthcare Management, Eberhardt School of Business


Virginia Commonwealth University, Graduate Program in Health Admin., School of Allied Health Professions


Winston-Salem State University


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