Our academic requirements include four years of high school English, three units of math (Algebra I, Algebra II, and Geometry), two laboratory science courses, two years of the same foreign language, and two years of social studies or history.
Transfer students will need to follow a few special procedures as part of the admissions process and the Admissions Committee may request other data, such as college entrance test scores and high school transcripts. Emory & Henry awards merit-based scholarships and grants to transfer students based on GPA.
International students can qualify for academic scholarships, which are determined at the time of admission. Scholarships range up to $15,000 per academic year and can be renewed for up to four years of study, provided students maintain good academic standing.
Students who have previously attended Emory & Henry College and wish to be readmitted need only complete an Application for Readmission. A summary of the applicant's experiences since leaving Emory & Henry and a statement of reasons for wanting to return are required.
Admissions to the graduate programs at Emory & Henry College are handled by the Graduate Admissions Committee, consisting of the Registrar, the Assistant Director of Transfer and Graduate Admissions, and faculty members from respective programs.