Each of the following steps must be completed before admission. Applications can be submitted while items are in progress.
Please note all applicants must complete the online GHC application unless they are currently a GHC student or have attended classes within the last year at GHC. Without an updated application, which states your planned start date, and your program of interest as BAS, your application cannot be processed.
You can complete the free Application for Admission at the GHC Welcome Center or online.
Many colleges and universities allow you to order your transcripts online through studentclearinghouse.org
If your school is not listed, call or email your school's Office of the Registrar; they are the department responsible for archiving student transcript information.
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Please enter the fee waiver code that you were given at the event.
Your BAS registration cannot be processed until the application fee has been paid (or a waiver applied). Please call the cashier at (360) 538-4040 or email firstname.lastname@example.org for instructions on paying the fee.
Please contact Nancy Estergard for information on applying to the Bachelor of Applied Science in Teacher Education program.
* Your name, contact information, and student I.D.
* Details of previous colleges attended, including a copy of your unofficial transcripts.
* A listing of your planned courses leading up to program start.
* Your resume.
* A personal statement essay* (1-3 pages).
You will be asked to attach an MS Word document that addresses each of the following topics:
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1. How will the BAS-OM program help you accomplish your future career goals?
2. How will your previous schooling and work experience contribute to your success in the BAS-OM program?
3. Explain a time when you’ve had to work on a team and how you contributed to the overall success of all members of the team.
Please attach an MS Word document that answers each of the topics listed above. Your essay should be 1-3 pages in length (roughly 1,500 words).
1. In reflecting on your 30 hours experience in a classroom setting, what have you learned about pursuing a career in teaching?
2. Why do you want to be a teacher or describe an exemplary teacher?
3. In what ways are cultural awareness and an understanding of the effects of socioeconomic status important to teaching in Grays Harbor and Pacific Counties?
For your personal statement please attach an MS Word document that answers each of the topics listed above. Limit your essay to 3 pages (roughly 1,500 words).
Your personal statement of purpose is an essential part of your BAS-FRM admissions application. This statement provides an opportunity for you to share aspects of your life that may not be apparent from your application form, transcripts, work experiences, and recommendations.
Please address these three topics in an MS Word document and attach it here. Limit your essay to no more than 3 pages (roughly 1,500 words).
Please attach your current resume that includes work experience, educational experience, and any volunteer work previously completed.
Prior to submitting the application, BAS-TE applicants must acknowledge that they have read the Washington State Character and Fitness Requirements.
After applications are received, applicants will be contacted to complete an interview on campus with the review committee. (BAS-TE applicants will be expected to complete a writing sample as part of the interview process.)
Applicants who are then chosen for acceptance into the program, will be notified by mailed letter of that decision. If you have a change of address in between submitting your application and receiving communication from the BAS programs office, please notify us at email@example.com.
After applications are received, applicants will be contacted to complete an interview on campus with the review committee.