How To Enroll as a Continuing Education Student at Maitripa College
The path to enrolling as a CE student is simple. By filling out the short CE application, you are fast-tracked into the courses matching your interests and goals.
The minimum previous education required to apply for CE Status is the completion of a high-school diploma or equivalent. Petitions for exceptions may be made to the Director of Programs, Leigh, at [email protected]. Preferred Qualification: Baccalaureate degree (BA, BS, or International equivalent)
First, complete the online application by clicking on the Apply Now button on the right to submit the simple online form. Once we receive and review your application, we will alert you of your acceptance. Please allow 5 business days for this process. Upon acceptance, you will receive a welcome email from our student database, Populi. Following the instructions for setting up your login and password, you can access your student account and register for classes.
We suggest you make an appointment with the Continuing Education advisor, Tiffany, at [email protected] before registering for classes. Through an advising session, you can determine what courses will meet your educational goals and feel confident in your decision to attend Maitripa College.
Within a few days of enrolling in a class, you will receive:
1. An email from Maitripa College, which will provide you with a Maitripa College email address and technical and registration support throughout your enrollment.
2. An invoice from Populi that is due on the first day of class. Please refer to the Tuition and Fees page for more information on the tuition schedule, payment plans and services charges. If you have questions about your invoice or would like to setup a payment plan, please email Tony in accounting at [email protected].
If you have any questions about this process, please email Namdrol at [email protected].
Coursework and Expectations
As a Continuing Education student, you will be expected to complete the course requirements just as the degree program students. Each instructor and Teaching Assistant will provide you with a course syllabus that outlines the learning objectives, assignments, and grade distribution for the course. Your grades will be kept on record in the office. Transcripts will be provided upon request.