Welcome to another edition of our popular monthly series, “What You’re Asking.”
A quick recap: I scope out emails sent to email@example.com and tally the most frequently asked questions. I answer a few of the most popular questions in a blog post.
Here we go. . .
When can I apply for the 2014-2015 Academic Year?
Can I talk with someone in admissions about the timeframe, courses I’ll be expected to take, and/or possible field work associated with my program of interest?
Our admissions staff are a friendly bunch. They’re happy to chat about the School, its programs and our application process. You may reach them by email or by calling 410-955-3543 Monday through Friday, between the hours of 8 a.m. and 12 noon (we reserve the afternoons for the concentrated processing of applications).
That said, when it comes to specific questions about a specific program, you would best be served by contacting the academic coordinator listed for your department or program. These folks may be found on the website or you can email us and we’ll help you locate an appropriate contact.
I attended an academic institution in France/Nigeria/India/a place physically located outside of the U.S. Do I really need to have my records evaluated by a credentials evaluation agency?
Yes. We’re in the process of updating the details and that information will be available in August. But in most cases, the answer is still yes.
We hope this helps! Thank you for your questions!