To apply for admission, a student should follow steps outlined below:
Submit the completed “Application for Admission” with the $20 Application Fee (non-refundable) to the Director of Admissions.
Submit letters of recommendation from his pastor and two others.
Foreign students must submit evidence of English proficiency. Ability to communicate in English with sufficient comprehension to make passing grades is a minimal requirement.
Transfer students must request a complete transcript to be sent to Emmaus Baptist College from each college or university attended.
Single students submit a completed dormitory application or, if under 18 years old, a statement from a parent that he or she will be living at home or with approved adults in the area.
Upon receipt of these materials, applicants will be notified of admission status.
Applicants to Emmaus Baptist College may be admitted on any of the following bases:
High School diploma or equivalency diploma (GED).
Satisfactory scores achieved on the examinations of the American College Testing (ACT) or similar recognized organization.
Completion of college placement exam. Student must complete any necessary remedial courses before being admitted to a degree or certificate program.
Thank you for your interest in Emmaus Baptist College. We’re excited that you want to be a part of the Emmaus family.
If you wish to apply for admission to Emmaus, please click below to download the application form. You may also contact the office of the registrar at:
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“Emmaus Baptist College accepts students of proven spirituality, evangelistic zeal, good character, and scholastic ability. Students are admitted without regard to race, color, handicap, sex, age, national or ethnic origin, to all rights, privileges, programs, and activities generally accorded or made available to students at the college. Emmaus Baptist College does limit the pastoral program to men because of the Biblical qualifications of a pastor. Emmaus Baptist College does not discriminate in administration of its educational policies, admissions policies, scholarship programs, athletic, and/or school administered programs.