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STEP 1. SUBMIT REQUIRED MATERIALS TO GRADUATE STUDIES
Complete the online Graduate Studies application process found here.
Applicants are required to pay a non-refundable application processing fee. Payment is required prior to submission of required materials and the online application form.
Submit official transcripts of all post-secondary academic work and an official report of test scores directly to Graduate Studies. For admissions to the School Counseling program ONLY: Applicants who hold a current valid teaching certificate in any state are required to submit a copy of their official teaching certificate to Graduate Studies. If you have questions about the submission of the teaching certificate please contact Graduate Studies.
Test Score Requirements:
All applicants must submit official score report of either the GRE or the Miller Analogy Test directly to Graduate Studies.
Be sure to complete the GRE or Miller Analogy Test 2-3 months prior to the March 15 application deadline in order to allow sufficient time for the official test score reports to be received by Graduate Studies.
Please understand that submitting materials to Graduate Studies is required and that it is the first step in the application process. Submission of materials to Graduate Studies is a step in the application process and does not imply a guarantee of admission to a Department of Counseling and Student Affairs master's degree program.
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