The admissions deadline is set at the start of the term because students are more successful if they are prepared.
Students who are new to the college and unsure about what their options are, are encouraged to meet with an academic advisor or counselor to explore alternatives. Options may include applying in the next semester or academic year and/or registering for other general education classes in the interim.
Academically prepared students may also apply for one of the following programs accepting late applications:
Students may request late admission to any program accepting late admissions applications. Complete the Checklist for Late Program Applications (PDF, 805 KB) for one of the available programs listed above. Follow the completion and submission instructions provided on the form.
Students must complete and submit the form and all checklist items by:
Students seeking financial aid must submit the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA). To be considered for financial aid, student must have been enrolled in all classes by the Date of Record for the semester of their late application. Classes added after this date will not count towards financial aid.