Spring (February) 2018 Application Deadline: January 22, 2018
For assistance with submitting your application, please contact the CITE Office directly at (516) 221-2936, email or by visiting their website.
Eligibility: To be eligible for this program the applicant must possess New York State Teaching Certification, bachelor’s and master’s degrees, have a minimum of three (3) years teaching or pupil personnel experience, and live and work south of Poughkeepsie, NY.*
*Please note: CITE programs do not accept transfer credit.*
Completed Graduate Application
Click here to apply online.
Statement of Purpose
An effective Statement of Purpose will provide faculty reviewers with an understanding of the applicant’s objectives and motivation for pursuing a graduate degree or certificate. It will also describe how the program of study will meet the candidate’s personal goals for professional development. Your Statement of Purpose should not exceed 300 words.
Official transcript(s) from all colleges attended where a degree was conferred. Transcripts must have been issued within the past year and sent directly to the Graduate Admissions office. Both your bachelor’s and master’s transcripts are required.
*At this time the College is NOT accepting electronic transcripts.*
Letters of Recommendation
2 Letters of recommendation must be submitted from professional sources. At least 1 letter must be completed by a Principal, Assistant Principal, or Superintendent. These letters may be submitted either through the online application or if a hardcopy letter is being submitted, it must be physically signed and arrive on official letterhead, in a signed and sealed envelope. If a hardcopy letter is being submitted it should accompany this downloadable form.
A current resume is required for all programs.
Internship Commitment Form
This form must be signed by a Principal from the location where the internship will take place.
NEW REQUIREMENT — Applicants beginning studies in Spring 2017 or later are now required to submit test scores as part of the admissions process. The college of Saint Rose accepts Graduate Record Examination (GRE) or Miller Analogies Test (MAT) scores. For more information, please refer to our GRE/MAT Resource Guide.
GRE scores should be sent to The college of Saint Rose using the school code 2091.
MAT scores should be sent to The College of Saint Rose using the school code 1432.
This form must be completed prior to admission.
(Applicants born prior to January 1, 1957 must sign and submit the form but are not required to provide document of immunity.)
Please contact CITE immediately, please do not wait until the deadline or until you have a completed application. Call now to set up your interview appointment! An interview is required as part of the application process. Applicants are responsible for contacting CITE at (516) 221-2936 to arrange an interview.