- Complete EC Application for Admission.
- Submit a twenty-five dollar ($25.00) application fee (non-refundable).
- Submit the EC student health report with immunization records.
- Submit an official high school transcript (and college transcript if a transfer student) or GED score report.
- Submit a Freshman Referral Form or a Transfer Certification Form. See transfer information below.
- Submit scores from the SAT or ACT. SAT/ACT scores may be waived for students who have been out of high school for five years.
- After acceptance, send tuition deposit of $50.00. If resident student send housing deposit of $150. These deposits are refundable prior to May 1 for fall enrollees and prior to December 1 for spring enrollees.
- File FAFSA (Free Application for Federal Student Aid).
Submit all required materials prior to August 1 in order to enroll for fall semester and prior to December 15 in order to enroll for spring semester.
These deadlines do not apply to Professional Adult Continuing Education (PACE) applicants.
Applications from students who do not enroll are kept on file for five years.
However, if a student waits one year or longer to enroll, the student is asked to submit an updated application and student health report.
ADMISSION OF TRANSFER STUDENTS
A student in good standing at another regionally accredited institution of higher education will be granted for courses offered by Emmanuel College.
A minimum of 34 semester hours ust be completed at Emmanuel college in order for a transfer student to earn an associate or a baccalaureate degree from Emmanuel College.
Course work from an institution that is not accredited by a regional accrediting agency will be considered on a case by case basis.
Students who present college credit and no SAT/ACT scores will have their acceptance based on their college credit f they ahve 12 or more credit hours.
Standing at the last college attended will also be used to determine the level of acceptance.
For fewer than 12 hours, acceptance will be determined by the Admissions Committee based on college and high school transcripts.