Admissions 2022 (for students applying to a 2022–23 Relay MAT and/or Teacher Educator Preparation Program)
- For all applicants: Applicants to Relay Graduate School of Education are required to satisfy all requirements on their admissions and extended admissions checklists in order to be fully enrolled students.
- For applicants who have certain admissions requirements in-progress or outstanding at the time of admission: Applicants may be conditionally admitted to Relay.
- What is conditional admissions?: Conditional admissions refers to students who have been admitted conditionally to Relay on the basis of outstanding admissions requirements. While a student is conditionally admitted, they have financial implications, and if they do not satisfy the requirements by the established deadlines, they have academic and certification/licensure implications. Once a student who was conditionally admitted has satisfied their outstanding conditional admissions items, they are considered fully enrolled students at Relay.
- Financial Implications: The following implications apply to all students who are conditionally admitted:
- Federal Aid: Students conditionally admitted are not ineligible for federal aid (i.e., federal unsubsidized direct loans and TEACH grants)
- Tuition Charges: Students remain responsible for paying the full balance of tuition and fees that have been charged to them, including any unpaid tuition due to unearned pending awards.
- Loan Deferral Implications; Students are ineligible to receive in-school deferment for pre-existing student loans. Students in Alt Route programs do not qualify for in-school loan deferment under any circumstances.
- Veteran Affairs (VA) implications: Students seeking to apply for VA benefits in an approved location can only receive benefits for two terms. For any benefits sought after their second term, a student must matriculate.