Durst Welcome Center
(440) 826-2778 (fax)
Application Instructions -
New students enroll in the License+Master's program throughout the year, in the Fall, Spring and Summer terms. It is recommended that you apply for admission at least six weeks prior to the term you wish to enroll. Candidates for admission are selected based on their academic preparation for a master's program; interview with members of the Admission Committee; relevant work, community and teaching experience with children and young adults; recommendations from professionals in the field; and personal dispositions/ attributes that support success in an education career. An admission counselor will work with you throughout the application process.
All application materials should be submitted to:
Baldwin Wallace University
275 Eastland Road
Berea OH 44017
Fax: (440) 826-2778
Required Application Materials
Print transcript request forms
Official copies of ALL undergraduate and graduate college/university transcripts must be mailed directly from each college/university you attended to the BW Admission Office, including courses that may be recorded on another school's transcript. All coursework attempted is part of your academic record and considered in the application process, even if that coursework is no longer consistent with your academic goals. Candidates should have a cumulative GPA of 2.75 or higher. In limited cases, the Admission Committee may request that candidates take the Miller's Analogies Test and submit official results.
Print recommendation forms
Two recommendations from principals, supervisors, teachers or other persons qualified to evaluate your background and potential to pursue a program of graduate study.
All candidates for the License+Master's program meet with a member of the Admission Committee to discuss the teacher licensure program and their goals to pursue a career in education. The Admission Office will contact you to schedule your interview once our application and supporting credentials have been received.
Note to candidates with a criminal record: Candidates with a criminal record will not be eligible to complete the teacher licensure programs at Baldwin Wallace University. The Education Division will not send a student into a school for observation, clinical practice or student teaching if he or she does not have a clear Bureau of Criminal Identification and Investigation (BCII) report and a clear Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI) report.