Student Application Checklist

Please complete steps 1 & 2 to reserve your seat in the cohort:


Application for Graduate Admission

Complete and submit the cohort application by clicking the button or complete pages 3 & 4 in the Student Information Packet and return by fax to 800-504-7618


$30 Application Fee

Use our secure payment center to submit your tuition deposit online or complete page 5 in the Student Information Packet and return by fax to 800-504-7618

Once you have reserved your seat, please continue with the following steps to complete your admission file. Note: You will not be eligible for financial aid until your admission file is complete.


Financial Aid & Payment Options

Determine how you plan to pay for the program: Financial Aid or Pay-As-You-Go. If using Financial Aid, Complete the FAFSA. It is in your best interest to complete the financial aid process as early as possible.

If using a Pay-As-You-Go plan, click the button for more information.


Official Transcripts

Arrange for official, sealed transcripts from all colleges or universities attended to be sent to Huntington University. If you need help, click the button.

Graduate Admissions, ATTN: Sara Diehl
Huntington University
2303 College Avenue
Huntington, IN 46750



Letters of Recommendation

The easiest and fastest way to request a recommendation is to use our online system. This will allow us to e-mail reference forms directly to your recommenders on your behalf.

If you prefer to use a traditional paper form, see page 9. Each applicant must submit two references. If you have been teaching for at least two years, submit one reference from a teaching colleague and one reference from a school, district, or corporation administrator. If you have less than two years teaching experience, submit two references from college or university faculty.


Copy of Current Teaching License

Submit a copy of your current teaching license using our online system. If you do not have a copy, you can create or log in to your LVIS (Licensing Verification and Information System) profile to download a copy of your Indiana teaching license online at If you prefer, you may also submit your license by e-mail, mail, or fax (800-504-7618).

Note: Students in most M.Ed. programs are required to 1) have at least 2 years teaching experience prior to entering the program or 2) have earned a degree in education from a regionally accredited college/university within the past 5 years. It is possible to be admitted to the M.Ed. in TESOL program without fulfilling this requirement.