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Admissions

University Admission Procedures

Admission to the University is required before a student can be formally admitted to the Administrative Services Credential Programs [Tier I and Tier II]. Admission begins with your application to CSU Mentor and your presentation of transcripts from the institutions of higher education from which you received your bachelor's degree and your teaching credentials.

Transcripts should be mailed to: 
Admissions and Outreach Office at Cal Poly Pomona 
3801 W. Temple Ave, 
Pomona, CA 91768

Tier I Program Admission Procedures

In addition to and concurrent with University admission, Tier I candidates need to apply for admission to the Tier I Preliminary Administrative Services Credential program. This is done by completing an Administrative Credential Application Packet (ACAP) which you can find here. The ACAP packet includes three letters of recommendation pertaining to the candidate's leadership potential, copies of valid teaching credentials, proof of CBEST passage, verification of a minimum of five years of successful fulltime teaching and a 3.0 GPA for the candidate's most recent 90 units of university/college work. Both the University and Tier I Program admission procedures are summarized on the "Two-Step Admission Procedures Chart" available in the Student Resources section of this website.

The Administrative Intern Program

Candidates also have the option to participate in the Administrative Intern Program at the request of your participating school district. The candidate must be actively enrolled in the Tier I Preliminary Administrative Services Credential Program and must have an offer of employment from the participating district. The District must then enter into a contract with the Program Advisor who stipulates the conditions under which the District and the Program Coordinator will supervise and assist the Intern in meeting the Program's requirements.

Follow-Up to the Tier I Preliminary Administrative Services Credential

Upon completion of the Program requirements, Tier I candidates earn the Certificate of Eligibility which enables the candidate to seek an administrative position. Once hired, the Commission on Teacher Credentialing will issue the Tier I Preliminary Administrative Services Credential which is valid for five years. Upon appointment, the candidates must enter a Tier II Program and complete the requirements within five years. It is important that the candidate complete the Tier II Program within the five year life of the Tier I Credential.

Contact Us

PROGRAM COORDINATOR:

Dr. Anthony Avina
Email Dr. Avina
Phone Number: 909-869-6710
Office Location: Building 94, Room 239


Administrative Services Credential Analyst:

Geri Hunt
Email Geri 
Phone Number: 909-869-2306
Office Location: Bldg 6, Room 203