Sophomores should start thinking about the Accelerated Programs offered at Scranton. Accelerated programs are offered in Education, Counseling, Nursing and Health Administration. This is a way to jump start your graduate education.
For registration purposes, juniors are classified as having earned between 57 and 86.99 credits.
Juniors in their first semester are eligible to apply to an Accelerated Program. For specific admissions criteria, contact the PCPS Coordinator of Graduate Academic Services.
Rising juniors are not required to live on campus. Permission must be obtained through the Off Campus Application process to live off campus.
Juniors in most majors begin an internship during this year. An internship application is needed in order to do an internship. Pay attention to deadlines for your program.
For registration purposes, seniors are classified as having 87 or more credits.
Seniors should check their CAPP sheets early on to ensure they have completed all courses required for graduation.