How to Apply

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Admission

For first-time entering, full or part-time freshmen: Please submit the following:

  1. Application for Admission
  2. Official test result from one of the following: ACT (preferred), SAT, ASSET (Accepted)
  3. Immunization record
  4. Official high school transcript showing completed units and certificate of graduation
  5. Students who present passing scores on the General Education Development (GED) test in lieu of high school graduation.
  6. Transfer students must have official transcripts mailed from each college or university previously attended.

Students who have taken the ACT test may contact the Scholars College at (501) 244-5160 for details concerning residential testing or who have scored low on the ACT test.

Students not meeting the requirements for unconditional admission may be granted conditional admission. Such admission can only be granted under the approval of the Executive Vice-President/Chief Academic Officer. Students admitted in this category are:

  1. Applicants from non-accredited high schools.
  2. Transfer students who do not have the
    2.00 GPA may be admitted conditionally if they are eligible to return to the college/ university most recently attended, or if they have been out of school for a fall or spring semester.

All students’ under conditional admission may be required to take all enrichment studies courses during the first fifteen (15) hours at Arkansas Baptist College.

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Arkansas Baptist College offers equal educational opportunities to all persons in accordance with the Civil Rights Acts of 1964, as amended.


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Housing

Students are eligible to receive housing applications once they have been admitted to the college. An application may be requested by contacting the Office of Enrollment Management at (501) 244-5199.
Admittance to Arkansas Baptist College does not guarantee housing.
Residence Life

Financial Aid

All students are encouraged to complete an application for federal fi nancial aid. You may apply online for federal student aid at www.FAFSA.ed.gov. For additional information contact the Office of Financial Aid.
Programs & Policies

Academics

The mission of the Academic Success Center is to assist undergraduate students to become self-determined, motivated, and independent learners. Explore our programs in Business, Arts & Sciences, and Religious Studies.
Academic Affairs

Please note: failure to report enrollment at another institution may result in academic dismissal and/or loss of credits earned. Arkansas Law requires proof of immunization for students.

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