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Admission Requirements

Acceptance into the University is dependent upon meeting the admission criteria described below. EMU admits students at the freshman and transfer level to the University. 

Application: The University requires completion of an online admission application, submission of an official high school transcript and/or official college transcript, application cost is $20 non- refundable application fee. Required supporting documentation may vary depending on the category of admission. 

Freshman applicants entering college for the first time must submit official high school transcripts with grades posted through the 6th semester of high school, official college transcripts if dual enrolled in high school and college, standardized test results from either the American College Test (ACT) or Scholastic Assessment Test (SAT) and the $20 for online or walk-in applications. non- refundable application fee. Evidence of graduation is required after admission (if still in high school). Evidence of graduation or results of the General Education Diploma (GED) test is required if the applicant is no longer attending high school. Applicants over 21 years of age should refer to the non-traditional category. 

Some students may be offered admission to the PASS (Promote Academic Survival and Success) program. Special requirements for this program may be discussed with an admission officer or an academic advisor. Students not qualifying for regular admissions may be considered for the Summer Incentive Program (SIP). Admission to both programs is by University selection only and may include more documentation. 

Transfer applicants who have enrolled in classes at a college or university other than EMU must provide an official transcript of credit hours attempted and earned from each institution attended. Transfer applicants may also be required to submit an official high school transcript (or equivalent GED). Applicants under the age of 21 who have earned fewer than 12 credit hours of transferable credit (18 quarter hours) are also required to submit results of the ACT or SAT.