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Extending Your Enrollment
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Students who have completed the academic requirements of their program may choose to remain enrolled as a non-matriculated student (i.e., taking coursework, but not working toward a degree or specific program of study) for up to three terms to take additional coursework while completing their educator preparation program and/or certification requirements. During the time a student utilizes the Extended Enrollment to Complete Certification Requirements pathway, Relay will provide active support for certification/licensure (e.g., testing support, edTPA support, additional clinical practice coursework) at additional cost to the student, in accordance with Relay’s stated tuition and fees. Tuition is calculated based on the cost per credit of the enrolled coursework. 

 

Students may be eligible for Extended Enrollment to Complete Certification Requirements if the student meets the following requirements: 

  • The student is enrolled in a New York MAT, a New York Advanced Certificate program, or any of Relay’s non-degree licensure programs, 

  • The student has successfully completed their academic coursework for their program,

  • The student is actively pursuing an initial teaching certificate/license in their state,

  • The student remains continuously enrolled at Relay, and

  • The student resolves any outstanding student holds.

Please note, students opting to pursue the Extended Enrollment to Complete Certification Requirements pathway will experience a delay to the student’s academic program completion date or graduation date. Students must resolve any student holds in order to utilize the Extended Enrollment to Complete Certification Requirements pathway. Students who utilize the Extended Enrollment to Complete Certification Requirements pathway are not eligible for federal aid or loan deferral.

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