Accepted Student Night is July 25 at 6 p.m. via Zoom.
Students will have the opportunity to meet faculty and staff, learn about graduate student resources, and get your questions answered to ensure a successful start at Russell Sage. 

Can’t make it, but still want to chat?
Schedule an appointment with Kate Proctor, Director of Graduate Admission or Alyssa Sands, Assistant Director of Graduate Admission.

We know, this is the boring part but totally necessary!
If you haven’t done so already, submit your 2024-2025 Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA) using 2022 income information to apply for federal financial aid like work-study, grants, and loans.

  • Make sure to use the Russell Sage College Federal School Code 002810.
  • To be applicable, you must take at least 4.5 credits a semester.

Visit sage.edu/deposit to secure your spot.
You’ll need your Student ID to make it official. You received this via email after your acceptance. If you can’t find it, no problem, reach out to us at [email protected].

Need help?
Watch this step-by-step video to submit your deposit

Connect with a member of the graduate admission team if you have any questions before starting your degree! We can also put together an appointment with faculty in your program.

Class information can be found on your Program of Study.
In addition, students should contact their Faculty Advisor to set up an appointment and attend the Accepted Student Night to learn more.

Step-by-step registration instructions can be found here or watch this video

  1. Follow these step-by-step instructions to upload your photo through your Sage Passport account.
  2. Create an account to purchase your parking pass. Make sure to review sage.edu/parking. You’ll find helpful tips and tricks for parking on both campuses. Graduate student parking passes are $50 for the fall, spring, and summer semester.
Samantha Monks

“My experience really set me up for higher-level positions, in the sense of being able to go out and build community relationships, being able to lead a team, being able to conduct research.”

Samantha Monks, R.D.

Food as Medicine Manager, Regional Food Bank of Northeastern New York; Dietetic Internship coordinator, Russell Sage College Nutrition and Dietetics M.S.,Dietetic Internship
ZaQuan Irby

“I helped my school become recognized as a program of excellence with the National High School Strength and Conditioning Association … This award is considered the gold standard for high school strength and conditioning programs.”

ZaQuan Irby ‘15, ‘17

Physical education teacher, coach, and owner Build Two Win Performance, Physical Education major, School Health Education M.S.

Have Questions? Chat with us!

Director of Graduate Enrollment Management
Assistant Director of Graduate Enrollment Management