If you have the motivation for self-discovery and the academic background to pursue a rigorous graduate degree in the fields of counseling, your graduate school search will lead you to Southwestern. Southwestern College offers a holistic perspective in all our degree programs, whether you seek a Master’s degree in Counseling or Art Therapy/ Counseling programs. We are an especially good fit if you are an adult learner who wants to deepen and enhance your relationship to life, while enhancing your professional skills in psychology.
Dru Phoenix, Director of Admissions
3960 San Felipe Rd.
Toll Free (877) 471-5756, ext. 6815
After all items have been received, students must have an admissions interview. Transcripts and related admissions records become the property of the College and cannot be returned to the student or sent to another institution. Southwestern College admits M.A. students in the fall, winter, and spring quarters. We have rolling admission which means you can apply anytime. We do have application deadlines set up for financial aid purposes. They are for fall quarter admissions June 1; for winter quarter admissions, October 15; for spring quarter admissions, January 30. Applications received or completed after the quarter deadlines are considered on a space available basis.
Applicants who wish to transfer from other M.A. programs in Counseling or Art Therapy/ Counseling must have their graduate coursework evaluated for equivalency to determine the degree requirements they must meet at Southwestern College. Applicants are notified of admissions decisions in writing as soon as possible after the completion of the application process. Each year, the College receives applications from many qualified people. From the pool of qualified applicants, the College accepts those students whose skills and goals appear to be the best match for the educational opportunities provided at Southwestern College.
Southwestern College admits students to its educational programs without regard to race, color, age, sex, religion, sexual preference or national and ethnic origin.