Educators who are employed by one of the sponsoring Seventh-day Adventist unions will receive full tuition scholarships from their sponsoring union for up to 12 quarter units per term for the approved extended campus program (Please refer to the sponsoring union’s educational code for more details.)

Educators not employed by one of the sponsoring Seventh-day Adventist School systems will pay regular La Sierra tuition. However other discounts may be available. Contact the La Sierra University graduate recruiter at Enrollment Services (951-785-2000) for more information.

Course Pre-Registration Form Extended Campus

SE - Extended Campus On-line Pre-Registration

Extended Campus On-line Pre-Registration

Select Cohort*
Marital Status*
Are you working on a degree program at LSU?*
Are you working on a credential program at LSU?*
Statement of Purpose

By requesting pre-registration at La Sierra University, I intend to:

CHECK ONE of 1, 2, or 3 below. Also initial the corresponding statements:

Statement of Purpose Options*

If you selected option 2 or 3 above, please initial the statement that follows:

Based on your Statement of Purpose above, your admission status is currently designated as "Graduate Unspecified Non-Degree" pending formal acceptance. Grad_Unspecified/Non-Degree students need to be formally accepted for a certificate, credential or degree program in order to ensure that the courses taken will count toward the desired graduate program. A maximum of 12-quarter units may be transferred to a graduate program from an unspecified status.
Please read and initial the requirements for Admissions into the Master of Arts Degree Program

Master of Arts Admissions Requirements

The following items are required in order for the Admissions Office to review a file for acceptance:

  1. Graduate Application
  2. Application Essay
  3. Three Recommendations
  4. Transcripts from ALL post-secondary academic institutions attended.
  5. GRE General scores
  6. Department Approval if applying for an MA in Curriculum & Instruction.

You may visit and apply online to the University. You may also call the Office of Admissions at (951) 785-2176 or email at and request an application packet to be mailed to you.

The Course pre-registration form above is for students who are taking classes for professional development only or have not been admitted to a program.  Once you receive the clearance email from the Admissions’ office you should then follow the instructions below under “Resources and Instructions” for class registration.

Please continue to scroll down for further instructions regarding course offering, dates, registration procedure, courses CRN numbers, and other important information.