Admissions Policies and Procedures for Entry-Level Programs
Admissions Deadlines and Process
The Counselor Education Program faculty process applications once a year for fall admission. Applications and supporting required materials must be received by January 15th. Students admitted for fall can begin work in the preceding summer session with the approval of their program advisor.
All applications must be submitted to the Curry School of Education Office of Admissions and Student Affairs. The Office of Admissions and Student Affairs forwards all completed applications (including all required supporting materials) to the Counselor Education program for review by a committee of program faculty. The committee presents recommendations for admission to the Counselor Education faculty members who then forward recommendations to the Curry School Admissions Office. As soon as final decisions are reached, all applicants are notified by mail by the Associate Dean for Admissions and Student Affairs.
Following are criteria designed to provide guidelines for prospective students. Meeting these minimum criteria does not guarantee admission. Each applicant to an Entry-Level program must: Hold a baccalaureate degree from an accredited college.