Lokey School: Additional Application Information

Mills College is preparing to merge with Northeastern University, and we are not accepting admissions applications at this time. Please visit our merger website for the most current information on the merger process.

In addition to the general graduate application requirements, here are a few more items you'll need to know to complete your Mills admission application.

Note: If you’re an international student who is interested in applying to Mills, please visit our application requirements for international graduate students page first.

Fall Application Deadline Options

After the fall priority deadline of February 1, we consider applications for all applied economics, business, and public policy graduate programs on a space-available basis until July 15. If you cannot submit all of your materials in January, here is our complete list of application deadlines:

  • Early action deadline (Mills undergraduate seniors only)—November 10
  • Fall priority deadline—February 1
  • Round 2 deadline—March 15
  • Round 3 deadline—May 1
  • Final fall deadline—July 15

We strongly encourage you to apply for admission by February 1 to receive the earliest consideration for Mills merit and need-based scholarships.

We will accept spring applications on a rolling and space-available basis after the October 15 deadline.

Quantitative Prerequisites

Additional Application Requirements

Questions? Contact Us.

If you have any questions about your program, please reach out to us at 510.430.3173 or grad-admission@mills.edu to connect with your Lokey School of Business & Public Policy admission counselor.

Mills College does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, marital status, age, religious creed, national origin, ancestry, sexual orientation, or disability in our admission policies, in our scholarship and loan programs, or in the educational programs, cocurricular activities, and residential facilities which we operate. Students of all genders are eligible for admission to our graduate programs. Self-identified women and people assigned female sex at birth who do not identify with the gender binary are eligible for admission to our undergraduate programs.