The following provides answers to some of the most frequently asked questions to Acacia University. If you do not see your question here or you still have additional questions, please fill out the form at the bottom of this page and we will get back to you as soon as we can.
Regular sessions are 16 weeks and Fast Track sessions are 8 weeks. Exceptions are Mentored Practicum and Portfolio Project for Master of Education in Educational Administration majors, which are 21 weeks each.
Sessions start five times per year: Fall Semester, Fall Fast Track 1, Fall Fast Track 2, Spring Semester, Spring Fast Track 1, Spring Fast Track 2, and Summer. Check the academic calendar in the Acacia University Catalog and Student Handbook for specific dates.
Professional licensure in the field of education is granted by a state licensing agency (often the Department of Education), not by an institution. Acacia University provides education; states issue licenses.
Federal financial aid is not currently accepted. However, Acacia University intentionally provides affordable tuition so that many of our students can pay on a course-by-course basis, and a majority graduate without student loans. Qualifying students also have the option to arrange a no-interest payment plan through Acacia University.
Yes. Consult the Graduate Handbook – Course Catalog for specific program information. Upon admission, you will be assigned a Program Advisor to assist you in mapping your courses and timeline.
Most Acacia courses require no textbook. For those courses that do require a textbook, it is the responsibility of the student to purchase or rent the textbook prior to the start of the course (E-textbooks may have limited time access. Be sure to check the listing before you complete your transaction). Acacia does not sell or lease textbooks. Students may purchase or rent in any format (hardback, e-textbook, new, used, etc.) but must use the assigned edition. Prices at the time of the current student handbook publication are listed here, but are subject to change. Prices listed are from the publisher, however, students may purchase from any source.
Submitting the application found on the specific program “Admissions” page begins the official part of the Acacia University enrollment process. We will review your application and contact you within two business days to discuss your status. You should also receive an email after completing this application that covers the next steps in the enrollment process.
If you experience problems accessing a course, contact Technical Support immediately at firstname.lastname@example.org . You will also need to notify your instructor/professor about your technical issues. Extensions are granted on an individual basis based on your specific circumstance. Your instructor/professor will determine if an extension should be granted.
Financial locks are placed on student accounts with tuition and/or fee payments that are more than 30 days overdue. A financial lock will prevent you from accessing courses and receiving grade reports, transcripts, and diplomas.
Contact email@example.com to make arrangements to resolve past due tuition and/or fees.
Blank pages or popups may occur because there is unsecure content embedded in a secure page. This is referred to as “mixed content”. Mixed content pages you may encounter in Acacia courses are completely safe. Use the following instructions to display blocked content:
Chrome – Click the shield icon in the address bar, then click Load anyway or Load unsafe script.
Firefox – Click the shield icon in the address bar, then click Disable Protection on This Page in the menu that appears.
Internet Explorer – Internet Explorer is not recommended for Acacia courses.