Accepted undergraduate students, submit your enrollment deposit and complete next steps.
Select your student type:
First-Year (Freshman) Student
Nursing RN to BSN
International students, both those who are First-Year and Transfer students, wishing to attend Emory & Henry College are students who are not United States Citizens or Permanent Residents. *If you are living outside the United States and have Dual Citizenship you will be considered a Domestic First-Year (Freshman) student.
Re-Admit, Special & Other Students
Emory & Henry College offers several graduate student programs located on our main campus.
American History (M.A.Ed): The American history program meets the Virginia requirements for eligibility to teach Advanced Placement (AP), concurrent enrollment, and International Baccalaureate (IB) courses in American history at the high school level as well as first-year and sophomore courses at college level.
Professional Studies Master in Education (M.Ed): The professional studies master in education (M.Ed.) program provides students with routes to licensure while also earning a masters degree. Options include the online fast-track - professional studies M.Ed., 5th year master’s program - professional studies M.Ed. and the special education additional endorsement - professional studies M.Ed.
5-Year B.A./M.A. in Community & Organizational Leadership (M.A.COL): Undergraduate students can receive a B.A. in their chosen field and obtain an M.A.COL degree in just one additional year. This interdisciplinary Master’s degree will prepare students for leadership positions in a variety of organizations, including non-profits and other non-governmental organizations (NGOs), government agencies, community organizations as well as private companies. Degrees in the social sciences are particularly relevant, but the program is open to any Emory & Henry student who meets the requirements.
School of Health Sciences
Our graduate school located at the School of Health Sciences on our Marion Campus offers four graduate degrees:
- Master of Occupational Therapy (MOT)
- Master of Physician Assistant Studies (MPAS)
- Doctor of Occupational Therapy (OTD)
- Master of Science in Clinical Mental Health Counseling (CMHC)
*See individual programs for specific applications and requirements
Emory & Henry College allows for the application of undocumented students and will review for admission along with our standard admissions policies. The student will be eligible for Academic Merit Scholarships, but no other funding Federal, State (unless the laws change) or other institutional aid (unless a recipient of our Bonners program.)
We are accepting applications for the next enrollment term.
Scholarships: Applying now allows our admission and financial aid experts to provide you with an academic merit award, and allows you to audition for performance and affinity scholarships and other awards.
We view each applicant holistically: meaning that we’re interested in everything you’ve worked on and accomplished during your life and high school experiences. We are continuing to be test-score optional and do not require an application fee or essay. You can start applying now!
Housing Choice: Students who apply early and submit their enrollment deposit early are placed into first-choice rooms and housing.
Registration Days: After applying and submitting your enrollment deposit, you’ll be able to RSVP for our Registration Days. Meet your advisor and get your preferred classes.
File FAFSA®: Once you apply, you should file FAFSA® (Free Application for Federal Student Aid) with code 003709 to qualify for grants, work-study or loans.
Application & Deposit Deadlines
- Early Action I - November 15
- Early Action II - January 15
- Regular Decision - April 1
- Transfer Application - July 15
- Enrollment Deposit - extended to August 1
- Transfer Enrollment Deposit - August 1
- Early Action 1 - November 15
- Regular Decision - December 1
- Transfer Application - December 1
- Enrollment Deposit - December 15
- Transfer Enrollment Deposit - December 15