Tuition per credit hour
$447 for both in-state and out-of-state residents. See details and other costs
No application fee. Apply for fall, spring, or summer term. View application process & deadlines
Students who complete this certificate will be able to develop a comprehensive literacy program; coach classroom teachers in the literacy curriculum; advocate for equitable, culturally and linguistically responsive literacy instruction; and facilitate integration of digital literacies in support of school goals.
This certificate is for teachers with an MSEd or Certificate of Advanced Study in Literacy and 2 years of Literacy teaching. Our curriculum is aligned with the International Literacy Association’s Professional Standards for Reading Professionals.
Our faculty are actively involved with presenting work at national conferences, publishing their work in journals, serving as members of state education associations and committees, and engaging with the Southern Maine Writing Project.
Independent study practicum
Pursue options that align with your professional interests. These might include a writing project, intensive clinical experiences, educational consultation, or research.
Frequently Asked Questions
In this program, you’ll examine contemporary approaches to school-wide literacy and build capacity for teachers and school leaders to carry out the school’s literacy mission.
Admission information: Certificate of Graduate Study in Literacy Coaching
We accept applications on a rolling basis and review them continuously.
|Term & session||Application deadline||Session timeline|
|Fall term: Session 1||August 10, 2022||August 29 — October 14, 2022|
|Fall term: Session 2||October 5, 2022||October 24 — December 16, 2022|
|Spring term: Session 1||December 28, 2022||January 17 — March 3, 2023|
|Spring term: Session 2||March 1, 2023||March 20 — May 5, 2023|
|Summer term: Session 1||April 26, 2023||May 15 — June 30, 2023|
|Summer term: Session 2||June 14, 2023||July 3 — August 18, 2023|