AIG Add-On Licensure
Through a partnership between Guilford County Schools (GCS) and High Point University (HPU), GCS teachers can complete the four courses leading to a NC AIG Add-On License at a fraction of the cost. A minimum number of participants is required to form a cohort.
For teachers participating in a cohort, HPU reduces their normal tuition and fees. GCS splits the remainder with the participating teacher so that his or her out of pocket expense is about one-third of the normal cost to complete the course work for NC AIG Add-On Licensure.
All courses are online and are completed in 4 semesters. The next cohort begins Fall 2013. Interested teachers must apply to HPU's evening degree program by August 1, 2013.
Application must be completed online and can be found by following this link: https://www.highpoint.edu/apply/edp/
Mail a copy of your current teaching license and a signed copy of the attached Memorandum of Understanding to:
High Point University
School of Education
Attn: Jodi Moser, Drawer 45
833 Montlieu Avenue
High Point, NC 27262
Questions about courses and HPU should be directed to Jodi Moser, Administrative Assistant, School of Education, High Point University, at email@example.com or (336) 841-9310.
Additional questions should be directed to Rebecca McKnight, Coordinator, Academically Gifted Services, Guilford County Schools, at firstname.lastname@example.org or (336) 279-4930.
Many other NC institutions of higher education also offer NC AIG Add-On Licensure.