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Education & Psychology Graduate Admissions


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  • MAY 24 - Fall 2022 (Latinx Program): Application Complete - Submit all supplemental application materials. You may be eligible to receive an additional $2,000 scholarship.
  • MAY 31 - Fall 2022 (EdDs, SEC, and TESOL Programs): Application Form Submit - Submit the application form. Supplemental materials are not yet required.
  • May 31 - Fall 2022 (Teaching, MS Suite, MA Psych, CLP Evening format, ABA): Extended Priority Application Submit - Submit the application form. Supplemental materials are not yet required. You may be eligible to receive an additional $3,000 scholarship.
  • June 01 - Fall 2022 (PhD Program): Application Complete Deadline - The completed application form and all supplemental materials are required.

Online Programs

  • Applicants interested in applying to our online psychology programs must meet the deadlines for the online programs.

Admission Information



Financial Aid

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Our financial aid program provides assistance to more than 75% of our student body.

Learn how we can help you access an advanced degree at GSEP.  The Financial Aid Office at GSEP is dedicated to providing assistance in the financial aid application process as well as help explore various funding options such as grants, loans, and scholarships.



Contact Enrollment Services

Enrollment Officers are available to answer questions for prospects and applicants, which are specific to our Education and Psychology programs.

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