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The College Student Affairs Program is highly devoted to enrolling a graduate student population of individuals who are diverse in regards to culture, ability, and experience. Admission to the CSA Program is very competitive and restricted to individuals seeking full-time admission. Class size is limited to 20 to 25 students placed into a cohort-based program. Those seeking part-time enrollment will be considered if space is available.
Rolling admission for submitting materials. (NOTE: Please make application to the Graduate School in a timely manner to assure that the department receives all required items.) Applications will continue to be reviewed until all positions are filled.
CSA Days for 2023 has passed and we are now in the final stages of the admissions process. Contact firstname.lastname@example.org for further information on candidacy.
Any student who holds a baccalaureate degree from a regionally accredited institution of higher education and who wishes to be admitted to the Department of College Student Affairs must complete the following:
The following materials must be submitted to the Department before attending CSA Days:
Not submitting materials requested may result in admission being denied. Students are not eligible for financial aid until departmental admission is completed.
Once you are admitted to the Graduate School, submit an application to the College Student Affairs Program (CSA). The department application is also found on MyEIU.
If you are interested in a graduate assistantship, you also need to submit a graduate assistantship application.
Graduate assistantships are typically awarded in accordance with the academic year. Assistantship applications are normally accepted through the middle of February; a decision for the next academic year comes within a month. For more information about graduate assistantships, please click here.
Primary Hiring Agent: Dr. Catherine Polydore
Contact Information: email@example.com or (217) 581-2400
Qualifications: Acceptance into the Master of Science in College Student Affairs program
1) Admission Interview
2) Selected admitted students are asked to interview for the departmental GA.