Admissions is your first step to the benefits waiting for you at an Adventist college or university. The admissions staff at the Association of Adventist Colleges and Universities as well as at each member school are ready to help you with the application process and answer any questions.
Each Adventist college and university has different admissions requirements. Students from the United States or Canada can read about them here. If you are applying from outside the Unites States and Canada, you can learn more here.
When to apply
You can submit your undergraduate application any time after you complete your junior year in high school. All of the colleges prefer to receive your application by the end of the first semester of your senior year. Some of the colleges have application deadlines so be sure to find out when the deadlines are and be sure you apply well in advance.
Sending transcripts and test scores
Providing colleges and universities with an official copy of your high school transcript and ACT and/or SAT test scores is an important part of the admission process. Not only do most colleges use your documents to make an admission decision, but many also use them to determine your merit scholarship award. Here is a list of where to send your transcripts and test scores as well as some additional helpful tips.
If you are a home school student, please read the Admissions tips for you here.