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Early Childhood Special Education Consortium
Apply to Radford University (RU) College of Graduate Studies as a non-degree seeking graduate student or as degree seeking (MS degree in Special Education with a concentration in ECSE) by no later than one month prior to the start of the semester (see university academic calendar for start dates).
To apply for funding through the Virginia Consortium for Teacher Training in ECSE, please complete the online application.
- Foundations and Legal Aspects of Special Education - EDSP 651: Students with Diverse Learning Needs and the Special Education Process
- Assessment - EDSP 637: Early Childhood Assessment and Intervention
- Curriculum and Instructional programming - EDSP 686: Teaching Preschoolers with Special Needs
- Speech-language - EDSP 602: Language Disorders: Birth to Five Years
- Medical aspects - EDSP 639: Medical Aspects of Teaching Young Children with Disabilities
- Behavioral management - EDSP 670: Proactive Classroom Management and Advanced Positive Behavior Support
- Consultation - EDSP 622: Collaboration to Teach and Support Diverse Learners
- Family centered intervention - EDSP 648: Program Management in Early Childhood Special Education
Can I switch from non-degree seeking to degree seeking?
Yes, but only 9 credit hours will transfer (or the equivalent of three classes) to the degree program. You will also be required to submit a new application to RU, including the application fee.
How will I know if I’m registered for a course?
Follow these steps.
- Click on the Academic tab after signing into OneCampus
- Click on Course registration
- Click on Registration resources
- Click on Student detailed schedule
How do I find my bill?
Sign into OneCampus and click on View Student Account Charges Detail. Scroll to the bottom and view charges for the current semester. You should also receive an email letting you know that you have a bill to be paid. You can also see on the bill if you’ve received funding for a course through the ECSE consortium grant.
How do I register for a class?
Go to this online form when it’s time to register for a semester. Please complete that form and you will be registered by our administrative assistant.
Do I need to reapply for funding after the first time?
No. Once you have completed the online form, you will receive funding for the courses supported by the grant until funding runs out for the fiscal year.
How do I know which courses to take?
You and I will work together to create either your program of study (if you are degree seeking) or your plan of com completion (if you are non-degree seeking). Your plan of completion will be based on the courses needed according to your transcript review completed by the VDOE. Please keep a copy of your program of study or plan of completion. You’ll need it when filling out the online form to request the courses for which you’d like to be registered each semester.
Who do I contact in financial aid if I have questions?
Karen Hedge at 540-831-5408.
What are some sources of funding to pay for graduate course at RU?
- The ECSE Consortium Grant
- The Virginia Educator Reduced Tuition rate, if you are employed by a Virginia school system
- The TEACH Grant
- Financial Aid - contact them early to set up a payment plan. As a non-degree seeking student, you may also be eligible for a loan if you are a full-time graduate student.
How do I drop a course?
If you are dropping one or more courses, you must contact the Registrar’s Office and request to be dropped from the course. Use your Radford University email to make this request. Confirm that you’ve been dropped. Otherwise, you will be responsible for paying for the course(s).
Apply to University of Lynchburg School of Graduate Studies as a non- degree seeking graduate student, or for a MS degree in Special Education with a concentration in ECSE by no later than one month prior to the start of a semester (see university academic calendar for start dates).
Contact Dr. Deanna Cash for information about University of Lynchburg and Dr. Sharon Gilbert for information about Radford University.