Registration Winter/Spring 2015The winter and spring 2015 undergraduate and graduate master course lists are available online at the University website and on Gothic Net. The course listing will periodically be updated online to include new course additions and course cancellations.
Early academic advisement and registration for continuing students begins Tuesday, October 7. To make an appointment to speak with an advisor, please contact your department. Office hours for department faculty are available here.
NOTE: All students will have an advisement hold on their account until they have seen their academic advisor. Some classes do fill up quickly, so you are advised to register for classes as early as possible.
Revised Counseling Program Policy for Internship I and II
To comply with minimum time requirements according to CACREP standards, beginning Summer 2014, Internships I and II will no longer be offered during the summer sessions. Internship I and II will only be offered during the Fall and Spring semesters. Please click here for more details.
Reminder: Educational Leadership Program Completion Requirements
For Master’s Degree Candidates
As per the policy, degree candidates must take School Leadership Licensing Assessment (SLLA) prior to completion of Internship II and/or graduation. Proof of either registration receipt or SLLA test scores must be submitted to the department before graduate clearance will be approved. Please provide documentation of SLLA with your graduation clearance application and/or send to department chair. See advisor for more details and www.ets.org/sls for testing dates.
For Principal Certification Only (LEAD) Candidates.
As per the policy, principal certification only candidates (LEAD Candidates) must take School Leadership Licensing Assessment (SLLA) prior to completion of Internship II. Proof of either registration receipt or SLLA test scores must be submitted to the department before program completion will be approved. Please provide documentation of SLLA to the Department Chairperson. See advisor for more details and www.ets.org/sls for testing dates.
Applying for Certification
Candidates may apply for certification ( both supervisor and/or principal) through the NJCU Certification Office (Center for Teaching Preparation and Partnerships) . Please be reminded that this center will process your supervisor and/or principal certification applications for one year after program completion. After one year, candidates will need to apply directly through the New Jersey Department of Education, Licensing and Credential Office.