Ready to apply? We recommend that you review the application process below. Once your application materials have been submitted, they will be reviewed by the CSD post-bacc Admissions Committee, and a decision will be made within four weeks. If you have any comments of questions, please contact us at [email protected].
REQUIREMENTS FOR ADMISSION
Completed CSD post-bacc studies application including signed behavioral expectations and statement of compliance and respect, required both of students new to Gordon and Gordon alumni.
Gordon College welcomes men and women of academic and professional promise who demonstrate capacity for post-baccalaureate level work and who wish to study in an atmosphere in which the Christian faith is applied to learning.
Official transcripts of all degrees earned from accredited undergraduate and any graduate schools. These transcripts must be originals, not photocopies, and should be sealed in the envelopes from the registrars of the institutions unless being sent electronically. Please note: If you are applying less than four weeks prior to the beginning of the term, you may submit an unofficial transcript. However, the official transcript must be on file prior to registering for your second term.
2.7 GPA or higher in an undergraduate program recommended. Nonetheless, consideration is given to each applicant individually in holistic terms. Students with promise but less than a 2.7 undergraduate GPA may be admitted on a provisional status.
Nonrefundable application fee of $75, payable to Gordon College.
Send your application and all supporting documents described above in one envelope to:
Languages & Linguistics
255 Grapevine Road
Wenham, MA 01984
or email them to: [email protected]
Tuition for the CSD post-bacc program is $495 per credit for the 2021–2022 academic year. Total cost will vary based on how many courses are completed. Tuition amount is for the CSD post-bacc program only. Books and personal items are not included in this amount. Federal financial aid is not available for CSD post-baccalaureate students; therefore, a FAFSA application is not relevant.