Graduate Admission Procedures for Non-Matriculated Students

Education Students

A student enrolling in a graduate education course, but not intending to complete an education graduate degree program at Centenary University is classified as non-matriculated. Students will be limited to graduate education courses designated by the prefix GED. Should a student decide on continuing to complete a degree at Centenary, the student must meet the required 3.0 minimum cumulative GPA. In addition they/them must also provide any other documentation that is required for full matriculation, including but not limited to, letters of recommendation, personal statements, official transcripts, etc.

As a non-matriculated student, the information required for admission is a completed application designating non-matriculated status, an official transcript from the bachelor degree granting institution, a minimum 3.0 cumulative GPA from the degree granting institution, and a copy of a teaching certification or Educational Services Certificate (Standard Certificate or Certificate of Eligibility with Advanced Standing). Acceptance as a non-matriculated student does not guarantee admission into a graduate degree program. For more information, please contact the Graduate Enrollment Office at 1-877-236-4723.

Business Students

A student enrolling in a graduate business course, but not intending to complete an MBA degree program at Centenary University is classified as non-matriculated. Students will be limited to graduate business courses and must meet all prerequisite requirements for the selected course(s).

As a non-matriculated student, the information required for admission is a completed application designating non-matriculated status, an official transcript from the bachelor degree granting institution, a minimum 2.5 cumulative GPA from the degree granting institution, and an essay/personal statement. Acceptance as a non-matriculated student does not guarantee admission into a graduate degree program.

Should a student decide on continuing to complete a degree at Centenary, the student must meet the admissions requirements for the MBA degree program. In addition they/them must also provide any other documentation that is required for full matriculation. For more information, please contact the Graduate Enrollment Office.

Counseling Students

Non-matriculated students are admitted into the graduate counseling programs on a case-by-case basis and must meet the admissions requirements of the specific program as well as any prerequisites of the course or courses they are seeking to take.

Non-matriculated students may be eligible for limited financial aid. For information on financial aid, students are encouraged to contact the Financial Aid Office at extension 2350 or to visit the financial aid website at www.centenaryuniversity.edu/finaid.