Admission Information - College Student Affairs

Bloomsburg University of Pennsylvania's School College Student Affairs Graduate Program

Admission Information - College Student Affairs


Applicants must satisfy the general admission requirements of the School of Graduate Studies.  Standardized tests are not required for admission to the College Student Affairs program.

A complete application includes:

  •   A completed graduate school application
  •   An official undergraduate transcript (minimum 3.0 undergraduate GPA for full admission)
  •   A written statement explaining your reasons for pursuing a graduate degree in college student affairs, your career goals, and how these goals align with the Bloomsburg University CSA program
  •   A current resume
  •   Three letters of recommendation that address the applicant’s academic readiness for graduate school and potential for success in college student affairs.  At least one recommendation must come from a faculty member and another from a student affairs practitioner
  •   An interview with a CSA faculty member to discuss your professional goals, evaluate your academic record, and clarify program philosophy and requirements

The application process is competitive and applicants must have a 3.0 or higher GPA for full consideration.  Individuals will not be considered for admission until a complete application (all of the items listed above) is on file.  Completed applications are reviewed as they are received.  However, early application is preferred, particularly for candidates interested in a graduate assistantship