Course assignments may be submitted online at any time. Assignment response times will vary according to the season and volume of submissions received.
All course requirements are due on the last day of the complete scheduled academic program. For Elementary I, this means the last day of the second summer session. For Early Childhood and Elementary II, this means the final day of concluding seminar sessions.
Our Business Office will accept paper admissions materials, transcripts, and account-related documents only. Please do not address academic course questions to the Business Office.
Formats accepted for upload are .jpg, doc., docx, .pages, and .pdf.
Materials assignments will be evaluated if sufficient visual documentation is supplied. These may include clear close-up digital images of the work submitted via the form on this page. We reserve the right to alter requirements as necessary.
A statement from your school head verifying the presence of the materials in your classroom should be submitted as part of the material documentation. In the absence of this, we may require a notarized statement attesting to your completion of material requirements.
Assignment Verification By Field Consultants During Practicum Visits
Practicum visits do not provide sufficient time for assignment or material checking. Your visitor may verify presence of the material in the classroom without evaluating it. You then follow the simple method described above to initiate evaluation.
Assignment Verification After Conclusion of the Program Cycle and Practicum
As a courtesy, we will evaluate materials submitted via this site in pursuit of course requirements for a period of two years following the conclusion of your program. A statement from your school head verifying the presence of the materials in your classroom should be submitted or a notarized statement is required.
Assignments must be completed within two years of the completion of the program's conclusion unless an extension with cause is granted by the Course Director. Individuals whose tuition is provided by schools may be subject to assignment completion deadlines imposed their employers.