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Woodbury College

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Woodbury College welcomes applicants from a wide range of backgrounds, with a minimum requirement of a high school diploma or GED. Students applying for entrance to a certificate program must have at least an associate’s degree; however, the college recommends certificate programs only for those students who have already earned a bachelor’s degree. Applicants are admitted to all programs and credentials based on their potential for success, as indicated by their ability and motivation. Ability is assessed by consideration of skills in writing and critical thinking, previous educational records, and the judgment of references. Motivation is judged by consideration of the candidate’s application essay, references, and a personal interview with a member of the appropriate college staff. An essential part of motivation is the applicant’s ability to contribute to and benefit from Woodbury’s collaborative and mutually-supportive learning environment. Woodbury College does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, gender, sexual orientation, religion, creed, national origin, age, veteran status, or disability.
• Additional Mediation & Conflict Management Program Admissions Criteria:

Entrance to the Mediation & Conflict Management program is based on an assessment of the candidate’s potential for success in this field. This evaluation is based on the application, essay, a personal interview, and reference check. Admissions decisions are made by the Director of the Mediation & Conflict Management Program. Woodbury College seeks candidates with the following personal qualities and skills:

• Has an awareness of her/his strengths and weaknesses as a communicator;
• Has the ability to gauge her/his effectiveness when communicating with others;
• Has the ability to understand and organize complex facts, including the ability to track several issues simultaneously while maintaining a clear focus;
• Has a professional demeanor;
• Has the ability to listen well and summarize appropriately; and
• Possesses a genuine curiosity, is self-reflective, and is open to learning new skills and concepts.

• Additional Online Paralegal Certificate Criteria;

Students in the online paralegal certificate program must have strong skills in critical thinking and writing.
Applicants with a bachelor’s degree from a regionally-accredited college will be assumed to meet this standard. Those without a bachelor’s degree must have at least 60 credits, and must meet the following criteria:
• Transcripted coursework indicating competencies in writing and critical thinking;
• Adequate performance on a standardized tests of reading comprehension and sentence skills (Accuplacer);
• Successful completion of summarizing, organizational, and grammatical tasks required by a supplementary application essay.

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