Center for Montessori Education

Montessori Graduate Summer Session

Students enrolled in the Montessori M.Ed. Program are required to complete the Educational Core courses (9 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.

Summer 2018 Reservation & Preparation

Summer Session 2018 will run June 18 – July 13. Students planning to attend the session must reserve their space by the deadline. In order to make your reservation, the following items must be submitted to Greta Brueck ( no later than January 31, 2018:

  1. A completed Reservation Form (PDF)
  2. A non-refundable $150 deposit* Visit the Deposit Portal (Deposit will be applied towards your housing payment or graduation fee. WMI students do not need to pay a deposit unless they plan to stay in the housing on campus.)
  3. INTERNATIONAL STUDENTS must submit these additional required documents

Important Information

Students must successfully complete AMI comprehensive examinations prior to attending the Summer Session in Baltimore.

Loyola Student ID cards can be obtained from the Student Administrative Services office upon arrival on campus. However, for your own convenience, you may choose to have your card prepared for you before you arrive (saves you from having to stand in line!). If you choose this option you will need to send 1) a JPEG photo of yourself against a plain background and 2) a photocopy of your license/passport to no later than June 1st.

If you are bringing a car to campus or plan to commute over the session, please be sure to request a parking pass when completing your Reservation Form.

On-campus housing information can also be found below under “Additional Resources.” Staying on campus during the session is convenient but not mandatory. Those who choose alternate housing (e.g. AirBnB) should consult with Jack Rice ( or Greta Brueck ( to confirm proximity to campus. 

A Note about Graduation: Graduation is not automatic.Students who wish to graduate in September immediately following the Summer Session will need to Apply to Graduate by the May 30, 2018 deadline.

Additional Resources

Questions? Contact Greta Brueck at