We have made some temporary changes to the application process during these unpredictable and unprecedented times of the coronavirus pandemic and accompanying restrictions. In particular, we understand it may be difficult for you to obtain official documents, such as transcripts or test score reports, in a timely manner. Prospective doctoral students should click HERE for more information, and all prospective graduate education students please click HERE.
Deadlines: Applications are reviewed on a rolling basis.
There is no application deadline.
Once an applicant submits a completed application and all required supporting materials, it will be reviewed for decision.
Incomplete applications may remain in progress for up to one calendar year, after which time they will be closed.
Full acceptance into the School of Education
Provisional acceptance into the School of Education
A provisionally accepted student may register for courses and begin the program at the same time as a fully accepted student, and
Must fulfill particular conditions of acceptance.
Denial of Admission to the School of Education: may be eligible to reapply. (See below, “Reapplications,” section IV.A.).
Applicants with lower than a 3.0 undergraduate grade point average (GPA) will be placed on our waitlist.
New York State law limits the percentage of students in this category who can be offered admission to the School of Education.
The admissions committee will review the waitlist monthly and offer conditional acceptances to otherwise qualified applicants.
Applicants in this category are encouraged to highlight all relevant experience in their application materials.
Applicants in this category are encouraged to apply especially early.
Doctoral Candidate Offers of Admission
Offers of admission must be accepted in writing.
A non-refundable tuition deposit of $250.00 must be submitted
Deposit will be applied to the first semester’s tuition.
Accepted students may defer enrollment up to one calendar year, after which time the application will be withdrawn.
Applicants with closed or withdrawn applications are required to re-apply. (See below, “Reapplications,” section IV.a.).
Applicants with Incomplete Closed Applications and Accepted Students with Withdrawn Applications and Applicants With Prior Denial of Admission
May reapply to any future semester
If reapplication is within one calendar year from the application close or withdrawal date, all previously submitted materials may be re-used.
If re-application is after one calendar year and within three calendar years from the application close or withdrawal date, some previously submitted materials may be used.
Official transcripts may be reused.
Standardized test score reports may be re-used.
Candidates who reapply must submit the following:
Updated personal statement
At least one new recommendation letter addressing activities related to the field of education within the last year.
After three calendar years from the date of the application close or withdrawal date, applicants may not re-use any previously submitted materials.
Applicants are strongly encouraged to delay re-application until they have acquired new experience or credentials that serve to improve their overall application package.
Application requirements are subject to change.
The Council for the Accreditation of Educator Preparation (CAEP) accredited Manhattanville College School of Education at the initial-licensure level. CAEP is the only recognized national accreditor for educator preparation. Manhattanville College School of Education has met rigorous national standards for educator preparation set by CAEP.