What’s Next?

Welcome new students and congratulations! We’ve selected you for admission based on your academic achievements, outstanding record of extracurricular activities, and your interest in becoming an important member of our campus.

You've made a great decision. CONGRATS! Complete Next Steps


We’re so pleased that you’ve applied for admission, been accepted and have chosen to attend Emory & Henry. As we welcome you to our campus community, this page details the next steps to finalize your enrollment. 

Submit your $200 Enrollment Deposit

Your $200 non-refundable enrollment deposit reserves your place in the incoming class. $150 of your deposit money will be credited to your first semester of tuition, the remaining $50 covers your New Student Orientation fee.

Submit your deposit online

Or, make your payment by phone at 800-848-5493 or mail a check or money order to: 

Emory & Henry College
Office of Admissions
P.O. Box 947
Emory, Virginia 24327

  • After you submit your enrollment deposit, an E&H email account is created for you and you’ll receive an email at the address on your admissions application which will include login information. Login information expires after 120 days, so please reset your password as needed to ensure you can access your account throughout the summer and after. Check this email frequently for updates.

Finalize Your Financial Aid & Payment Options

  • If you have not done so, file your FAFSA (Free Application for Federal Student Aid) and use our E&H code: 003709
  • After you are admitted, a Self Service account is created for you and you’ll receive an email at the address on your admissions application which will include login information. 
  • Review your financial aid award letter carefully. Ask questions, if needed. Award is mailed to home address as well as emailed to address on file when you apply. 
  • Finalize your financial aid and payment options on Self Service.

Take Foreign Language Placement Test (if needed)

Have you ever taken Spanish, French or German before? Would you like to test out of the two-semester E&H language requirement? Or, do you feel ready to take intermediate or advanced foreign language classes? 

**If you have already completed college-level coursework in a Foreign Language, with a grade of C or higher and are able to submit a transcript, you do not have to complete this test.

Take your Foreign Language Placement Test before you attend your Emory & Henry Registration Day to determine your placement. 

The password is: ehc (there is NO “www”) and follow the instructions.

If you place into 102, 201 or above, congratulations! Your next step is to contact a faculty member in the Department of Foreign Language for assistance. 

Take Math Placement Test (if needed)

You need to take the placement exam if:

  • You want to take Math 123 (precalculus) or Math 151 (calculus) and you do not have AP or dual enrollment credit for the prerequisites.
  • You are placed in Math 100 using your SAT/ACT score and HS GPA and would like to place into a higher numbered course.

You do not need to take the placement exam if:

  • Your SAT/ACT score and HS GPA have placed you in either Math 100 or Math 121 (College Algebra) and that is the course you want to take.
  • You want to take STAT 161/162/163 and that class will fill the requirement for your planned major (most social science majors).
  • You want to take Math 120 (Math for an Informed Citizenry) and that class will fill the requirement for your planned major (English, and most visual and performing arts majors).

We have an online placement test through mymathtest.com. The test is a progressive, so its length and difficulty changes based on which problems you get correct. Go to mymathtest.com. You will need the following information:

A valid E&H email address to use as your username.
• Our school’s zip code: 24327 and name: Emory & Henry College
• Program ID: XL3A-E1XQ-701Z-50W2

Helpful Details for Math Placement Test

You have the choice of two tests, depending on which class you are trying
to test into. There is a scientific calculator built into the system. Do not use a
graphing calculator. You can take the test up to 3 times. There are online lessons to help you with the material you need to learn. For fall placement you need to pass the test previous to the Sunday before classes begin. Taking the test is subject to the E&H Honor code. Cheating will put you in a class where it will be hard to succeed, and you can be subject to honor court.

Questions? Contact the Registrar Tammy Sheets (tsheets@ehc.edu) with registration questions, your advisor about advising questions, or mathematics professor Dr. Teena Carroll (ccarroll@ehc.edu) with math placement questions.

Sign-up for Registration Day for Fall Semester

All new incoming students are required to attend a Registration Day as part of your Orientation to Emory & Henry College. Registration Days are typically held in late May and July. Multiple dates are available with options for both incoming first-year students as well as transfers. 

  • First-Year Early Action Registration Date: Friday, May 17, 2019 (Sign-up Now Closed)
  • Transfer Registration Day: Friday, June 7, 2019 (for students who have previously attended college)
  • First-Year Registration Day: Saturday, June 22, 2019 (new college students)
  • First-Year Registration Day: Saturday, July 13, 2019 (new college students)

First-Year Registration Day Sign Up

Transfer Registration Day Sign Up

Complete Required Forms for all New Students

Complete and submit required enrollment forms on or before due dates. Students entering in the Spring semester should complete and submit required enrollment forms by December 14.

May : (Dec. 13 for spring semester)

  1. On AP test date, designate Emory & Henry College to receive your AP test scores on the answer sheet.

➤  Due June 1: (Dec. 13 for spring)
If you miss the deadline to submit your forms, you may lose your priority placement. Questions? Contact admission@ehc.edu

  1. Disclosure Form (student must be logged into ehc.edu email account to access)
  2. Emergency Information (student must be logged into ehc.edu email account to access)
  3. Family Data Form (student must be logged into ehc.edu email account to access)
  4. E&H Promissory Note Send to Sunny Crisp at acrisp@ehc.edu in Business Office with Student Accounts, Wiley Hall. (form accepted any of these four ways: 1) digitally signed and emailed; 2) printed, completed, scanned and emailed; 3) printed, completed and faxed to: 276-944-6884; or 4) printed, completed and mailed/delivered to Student Accounts, P.O. Box 947, Emory, Virginia 24327.)
  5. Vehicle Registration or Waiver Form (student must be logged into ehc.edu email account to access)
  6. Optional: View/Add Proxy Access for Parents/Guardians (to view or edit account)
    Note: This does not grant access to student’s E&H email account.

  7. UPDATE: For students who are covered under the 2018-2019 insurance through National Guardian Life, the policy remains in effect through July 31, 2019. Health insurance is strongly recommended for all undergraduate students at Emory & Henry College for the 2019-2020 school year. Private Health Insurance is required for School of Health Sciences graduate students, varsity athletes, and students in several Affinity Programs including Cheer and Dance, Equestrian riders, Outdoor Programs and Rugby. International Students must have a U.S. accepted policy. Visit the Health Center Insurance page for more information. 

Students who plan to live on campus: 

  1. Residence Life Data Sheet
  2. Residence Hall Housing Agreement

Students planning to live off-campus: 

  1. Commuter Waiver Request Form

➤  Due July 1: (Dec. 13 for spring semester)

If you miss the deadline to submit your forms, you may lose your priority placement. Questions? Contact admission@ehc.edu.

  1. E&H Immunization Record and Medical Information Form (“Medical Form,” 6-pages, printed)

    To Complete the “Medical Form”…
    Make an appointment with your primary care provider for a physical evaluation and bring this form along for your provider to help complete.
    Complete all six pages.
    Tetanus booster must be within past 10 years.
    The student needs to sign pages 1, 2 and 6 (or guardian will sign page 6 if the student is under 18).
    The provider needs to sign pages 2, 3 and 5.
    Once completed, mail your medical form to:
    Office of Admission, Emory & Henry College, P.O. Box 947, Emory, VA 24327
    Or, fax directly:Emory & Henry College, Health Center • Fax: 276-944-6666

  2. Transcripts: Send final transcript(s) for high school or for any college coursework you have taken such as Dual Credit/Enrollment to Emory & Henry College, Office of Admissions. (or send immediately after graduation/completion of course if after July 1)

Are you a recruited varsity athlete?

Complete Student-Athlete Online Forms by December 13 for spring semester and July 1 for fall semester and submit the completed “Medical Form” (above) and other needed information. Contact the athletics office or your coach about other requirements for your team or call 276.944.6233 with any questions.

*Does not apply to club sport athlete participants.

➤  Due August 1: (Dec. 13 for spring semester)

If you miss the deadline to submit your forms, you may lose your priority placement. Questions? Contact admission@ehc.edu.

  1. All financial aid forms and payments MUST be finalized. Go to Financial Aid Home on Self Service to see any remaining items in your checklist.
  2. Students may login to view their account activity for spring semester in mid-December or earlier and mid to late-June for fall semester into their Self Service account. Statements will be finalized by December 15 for spring semester and July 1 for fall semester. Statements will not be mailed. Complete all of the above steps to ensure you have the most accurate statement as billing takes into consideration many factors such as your acceptance of financial aid, housing, meal plan, health insurance, etc. Students may designate Proxy Access to Parents/Guardians to assist with viewing and paying their account.
  3. Choose Tuition Payment Plans (12, 10, 8, 5 and 4-month payment options) if needed and complete payment arrangements by January 2 for spring semester and August 1 for fall semester.

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