How to Apply:
Graduate Certificate in Disabilities and Inclusive Communities
Along with your completed application accompanied by $50 non-refundable application fee, you’ll need to provide a few supporting materials. Because there’s lead time required for some items, here’s a step-by-step process that seems to work best for candidates:
- Complete your online application. While you wait for your transcripts to be processed, you can begin your online application, which lets you build, edit and save sections of your application along the way.
- Order your official transcript(s). Official transcript(s) indicating that the applicant has earned an appropriate baccalaureate degree from an accredited college or university. Transcripts from all institutions are required.
- Personal Statement. One-page personal statement that summarizes your professional goals relevant to the Graduate Certificate in Disabilities and Inclusive Communities program. The Personal Statement may be uploaded in the online application.
Kelly Burr, M.Ed.
Associate Director of Graduate Admissions & Student Services
School of Graduate and Adult Education