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3 - Colorado Educator Preparation Program Admissions Requirements for students in Georgia
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Transition Points

Check out these resources for each of our certification programs in Colorado, which as a student in Georgia you will be going through:

Certification Support

Relay provides many resources to help prospective students prepare for certification/licensure.  

  • Click here to learn more about general certification information. 

  • Click here to see information about certification cost and budgeting. 

  • Click here to access certification studying and support materials.

 

Transition Point 1: Colorado Traditional Teacher Licensure Program for students in Georgia

Educator Preparation Program Admission

 

Relay Application - EPP Items Deadline: 

  • Summer Term Start: July 1, 2024

  • Fall Term Start: August 12, 2024

Deadline to Accept an Admissions Offer: 

  • Summer Term: July 24, 2024

  • Fall Term: August 22, 2024

Applicants for admission to the Colorado Traditional Teacher Licensure Program must demonstrate meeting the following criteria:

 

Bachelor’s Degree
Hold a Bachelor’s degree from an institution of higher education that has institutional (formerly regional) accreditation through one of the U.S. Department of Education’s approved accreditation agencies: HLC, MSCHE, NECHE, NWCCU, SACSCOC, WSCUC. Verify your institution’s accreditation status on the Database of Accredited Postsecondary Institutions and Programs here. Applicants may submit “coursework in-progress” transcripts for the Relay application. An official transcript that demonstrates the bachelor’s degree has been conferred must be submitted no later than September 3, 2024.

 

Minimum GPA

Applicants must have a minimum cumulative GPA of 2.5 on a 4.0 scale on all coursework previously attempted at an accredited institution of higher education from which the bachelor’s degree was conferred.

 

Applicants with an undergraduate GPA below the Relay minimum of 2.50 may apply to be admitted to Relay’s Colorado educator preparation programs via exception to Relay’s GPA policy who have:

  • Earned a 2.50 GPA in their last 60 credit hours of their undergraduate program, or

  • Earned a master’s degree or higher with a GPA of 2.50 or higher.

Applicants who do not meet the above criteria may be prompted to have a secondary recommendation submitted that will be used to evaluate their eligibility for admissions to Relay.

 

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