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Rolling Admissions Process: We currently utilize a rolling admissions process that is based on a space-available basis for each quarter. Therefore, we strongly encourage applicants to submit their applications early. You will be informed of a decision 2-3 weeks after your online application has been submitted and all supporting documentation have been received.
Here are some important things to note with respect to our rolling admissions process:
2014-15 Application Deadlines:
Counseling Psychology Programs:
Education Programs (except MATTC):
For International Applicant deadlines, please visit our International Applicant page
MATTC candidates spend an entire academic year in a clinical practice school placement. This field placement begins in August and ends in June.
In order to begin a clinical practice field placement in August 2014 and complete the preliminary multiple or single subject teaching credential requirements in June 2015, MATTC credential candidates must meet the following conditions:
1. Begin program coursework no later than July 28, 2014.
2. Secure CTC-authorized documentation of fingerprint clearance (a Certificate of Clearance, 30-Day Substitute Permit, or other CTC certification) before August 8, 2014.
3. Provide official documentation of negative results on a tuberculosis (TB) test before August 8, 2014.
MATTC credential candidates who do not meet these conditions by the specified dates will complete the MATTC program in two years. They may take two designated MATTC courses beginning in Fall Mini-Term 2014 and ending in Spring 2015. These candidates will be eligible to begin a clinical practice field placement in August 2015 and complete MATTC in June 2016.
If you have questions about the application process, please feel free to call our Graduate Admissions and Student Services Coordinator at 408-551-3422 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.