Use one of the following methods to complete the recommendation form:
Hard Copy Method
Print three copies of the Recommendation Form. Complete the applicant section indicating whether or not you waive your right to review the reference (*see note below) and provide your signature. Send the applicant-signed Recommendation Forms to three people capable of evaluating your readiness to enroll in a graduate program. Each person should complete the evaluator section, provide a signature and mail the completed form directly to:
Department of Leadership Studies
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Download three copies of the Recommendation Form (editable PDF). Type your name, indicate whether or not you waive your right to review the reference (*see note below) and provide your digital signature following the directions provided by Adobe Acrobat. Do not choose the “Submit Form” option at this point. Save the document and email the applicant-signed Recommendation Form to three people capable of evaluating your readiness to enroll in a graduate program.
Each person should complete the evaluator section, include a digital signature and either email the form as an attachment directly to email@example.com or choose the “Submit Form” option and send to the MSOL program following the directions provided by Adobe Acrobat.
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*Please note: The Family Rights and Privacy Act of 1974 permits the student to sign a waiver relinquishing the right to review this reference. Those writing letters of recommendation and those accessing recommendations may attach more significance to them if it is known that the recommendations will remain confidential. It is your option to waive your right to access these recommendations or decline to do so.
The required components of a completed application are as follows:
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