Students wishing to be readmitted must contact the Admissions Office at (814) 886-6537.
Yes, a maximum of six credits of graduate work completed with a letter grade of “C” or better at an accredited institution will be considered. A transfer evaluation will be completed as part of the admissions process. Additional course information may be requested for official transfer.
Courses are offered on our main campus in an 8-week accelerated format with some courses offered in a blended format or fully online.
Students can contact the Admissions Office at (814) 886-6537, or by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org regarding the status of their application.
The Admissions Office has rolling admissions, allowing student to be accepted for the fall, spring, and summer semesters. Applications and admission materials are to be sent to the Admissions Office. Once all admission materials are received, the student’s file is reviewed for acceptance. An interview with the program coordinator is required for the Community Counseling program.
An application with a professional career/goal statement and a $30 application fee Two letters of recommendation Official undergraduate transcript(s) from every college attended Resume An undergraduate statistics course and an interview with the program coordinator is required for the Community Counseling program.
You can apply in person, online, or send a traditional paper application. Visiting campus is strongly encouraged. During your visit to campus, an Admissions Counselor will review program details. All applicants who visit and apply in person will have the graduate application fee waived. It is our way of saying thank you for visiting!