The Ten Directions and Meridian University collaboration enables students who are pursuing graduate degrees at Meridian University to concurrently complete the Integral Facilitator certificate program for academic credit towards their degree program.
The Meridian University degree programs which are eligible to receive academic credit for participation in the Integral Facilitator Certificate Program are:
How it Works
Students enrolled both at Meridian University and Ten Directions can substitute 120 Integral Facilitator program hours for 12 quarter credits of Meridian coursework during the academic year in which they are participating in the Integral Facilitator training. Enrolled Meridian University students meet the academic requirements of Meridian’s programs, consisting of online learning, residential sessions, and reading and writing assignments related to the content of the Integral Facilitator Certificate Program.
Meridian Scholarship program for Ten Directions
Students admitted to both Meridian University and the Ten Directions Integral Facilitator Certificate Program are eligible to apply for a $5,000 scholarship, established especially for this program.
To apply, please submit a separate application for each program, unless you have already been accepted into one of the programs.
Apply for Ten Directions training at https://tendirections.com/integral-facilitator/
Apply for Meridian’s programs at https://MeridianUniversity.edu/
This collaboration is a pioneering example of cross-sector partnership and innovation between higher education and professional training.