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Use the Documents section to upload required and optional documents.

Be sure to proofread and review your documents before you submit the application. Once your application is submitted, you cannot re-upload, update, or edit the document in any way; however, you can upload new documents.

If you find an error after submission that you believe could affect the consideration of your application, we recommend sending a corrected version directly to your program(s).

Unofficial Transcript for COVID-19 Hardship Exceptions

The COVID-19 Transcript Hardships process is no longer available as of May 12, 2020. 

The Documents section should only be used by applicants who requested a COVID-19 transcript hardship exception. If you need this exception, you must complete the COVID-19 Transcript Hardships section before uploading any documents. If you can obtain your official transcripts, you are not eligible for this exception and should not upload any documents on this page as it may delay the processing of your application. 

If you qualify for the exception, follow the steps below to upload your unofficial transcript(s). You must submit your application first before your unofficial transcripts are processed. Note that once your exception is processed, any unofficial transcripts you uploaded will no longer appear on this page. Instead, the transcript will be marked as Arrived in the Check Status section of the application. 

Add a Document 

  1. Click Add Document.
  2. Click Choose File.
  3. Locate and select your file.
  4. Click Upload This Document

Note: you are responsible for protecting any sensitive information in the documents you are uploading (for example, your Social Security Number). Use correction fluid or a security redacting marker to cover any sensitive information. 

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