Loyola University Maryland's Center for Montessori Education

Montessori Graduate Summer 2020 Intensive Session

Students enrolled in the Montessori M.Ed. Program are required to complete the Educational Core courses (9-12 credits), which are offered each summer in a special intensive session at Loyola University's scenic Evergreen campus in Baltimore. Students who are taking the Master’s concurrently with their AMI training will complete the summer intensive as a capstone to their program once all AMI comprehensive examinations are complete. Students in the Post-Diploma M.Ed. track will begin their program with the summer session and typically take 12 credits.

The upcoming summer capstone in Baltimore will run June 15 - July 10, 2020. The session is currently full, but students may complete the steps below in order to be placed on a waitlist:

1. A completed Reservation Form.

2. A non-refundable $150 deposit. Visit the Deposit Portal here. (Deposit will be applied towards your summer costs, e.g. tuition, housing, or graduation fee. If you are a student of the Washington Montessori Institute, you do not need to pay a deposit unless you plan to stay in the housing on campus.)

3. INTERNATIONAL STUDENTS must submit these additional required documents no later than March 1, 2020.

(!) Important Information (!)

In order to ensure the safety of our students, faculty, and staff during the escalating uncertainties of the COVID-19 situation, Loyola has asked us to deliver the Montessori summer intensive session fully online. Therefore, classes which were scheduled to run on our Baltimore campus from June 15 – July 10 will be delivered remotely, with both synchronous (live) and asynchronous content.

Summer Course Registration will be open April 8 – May 1. Click here to register for your summer courses.

International Students
Students who are currently in F-1 status or have been in the process of applying for F-1 visa/I-20 immigration documents through Loyola, should contact the Office of International Student Services (OISS) to discuss your individual situation. You may call OISS at 410-617-5245, or email Ms. Nicole Sellino at
nmsellino@loyola.edu, to schedule an appointment to discuss your particular immigration status/situation for this summer 2020. Their office is open Monday through Friday, 8:30am-5:00pm EST.

Questions? Contact Greta Brueck at gabrueck@loyola.edu.