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Apply Submit AUC application online or by mail with the application fee by the given deadline
Submit Documents Submit Admissions required documents
Wait for Decision Wait on Acceptance/Denial Letter 

Application and Application Fee* {expander}

Fill out application and submit by the appropriate deadline.  You may

Official High School Transcript/GED Scores* {expander}

High School Transcripts
Request an official transcript from any accredited academy/high school that you attended to be submitted to the office of Admissions.

If you are still in high school, an unofficial transcript is acceptable until you are able to submit the official copy.  It would be helpful for you to include your graduation date and scores of scholastic aptitude and academic achievement.
Download and print the Transcript Request form.
  • Acceptance requirements is a GPA of 2.2 and above or a GED with a minimum score of 150 on each of the four subject exams or equivalent scores on other GED versions.
  • Official transcripts must be mailed to AUC. They are to be signed and sealed by an authorized Academic Official.
  • A graduation date recorded on the transcripts is a requirement for an official transcript.

(We accept partial transcripts – up to 11th grade, until you have graduated)

If you have completed the Test of General Education Development (GED) please request your test scores to be submitted to the office of Admissions.

Home Schooling
Home School students must submit a transcript from an accredited high school, or a GED with a minimum score of 150 on each of the four subject exams or equivalent scores on other GED versions.

ACT/SAT Test Results * {expander}

  • Have your ACT and/or SAT test results sent to the Office for Admissions by the testing service.  We will also accept records of your ACT and/or SAT exams that appear on official high school transcripts.
  • All applicants from outside the United States, Bermuda, and Canada who show official evidence of university entrance qualifications are exempt from taking the ACT and/or SAT examination


SAT – (Scholastic Aptitude Test)

  • Composite score of 830
  • English score of 430


ACT – American College Testing

  • Minimum score of 17
  • English score of 17

Accreditation Information Acknowledgement*{expander}

This document describes Atlantic Union College's current Accreditation status. By signing this form you are agreeing that you are aware of our status.

Proof of Identity{expander}

Please submit one of the following:

  • Driver’s License or ID card issued by a state
  • Passport or Residence Card
  • School ID card with photograph 
  • Birth Certificate

* Essential documents required for Provisional Acceptance

Pre-register for classes Get Advisor Clearance and Approval
  1. Set Appointment with Advisor to discuss course selection
  2. After/during meeting, Advisor clears student for pre-registration.
  3. Student pre-registers for classes.  Please click HERE* to add/drop courses (*Link only works if you are logged in to MyAUC)
  4. Advisor approves student schedule
Complete Clearances Complete all registration clearances applicable to you.  Please click HERE* to view your registration clearances (*Link only works if you are logged in to MyAUC)
Wait To be Officially Registered After the registrar reviews all registration clearances complete dates and you have pre-registered, you will be granted Officially Registered status.  This is when your name appears on the class roster.


(Located in Haskell Hall, Admissions Office)


A student must be officially Accepted before he/she can be Enrolled at AUC


If a student has not started the Admissions Process please do so before continuing with the Registration Process.
For more information contact the Admissions Office.

Center for Academic Success (CAS) {expander}

(Located in Haskell Hall, Admissions Office)

Placement Exams for New Students (Undergraduate Division).  Currently, the college is using the Accuplacer Test for academic placement.

Math Exam

The Arithmetic test, comprised of 17 questions, measures your ability to perform basic arithmetic operations and to solve problems that involve fundamental arithmetic concepts. There are three types of Arithmetic questions:
  • Operations with whole numbers and fractions: topics included in this category are addition, subtraction, multiplication, division, recognizing equivalent fractions and mixed numbers, and estimating.
  • Operations with decimals and percents: topics include addition, subtraction, multiplication, and division with decimals. Percent problems, recognition of decimals, fraction and percent equivalencies, and problems involving estimation are also given.
  • Applications and problem solving: topics include rate, percent, and measurement problems, simple geometry problems, and distribution of a quantity into its fractional parts.
Elementary Algebra
The Elementary Algebra test, comprised of 12 questions, measures your ability to perform basic algebraic operations and to solve problems involving elementary algebraic concepts. There are three types of Elementary Algebra questions:
  • Operations with integers and rational numbers: topics include computation with integers and negative rationals, the use of absolute values, and ordering.
  • Operations with algebraic expressions: topics include the evaluation of simple formulas and expressions, adding and subtracting monomials and polynomials, multiplying and dividing monomials and polynomials, the evaluation of positive rational roots and exponents, simplifying algebraic fractions, and factoring.
  • Solution of equations, inequalities, word problems: topics include solving linear equations and inequalities, solving quadratic equations by factoring, solving verbal problems presented in an algebraic context, including geometric reasoning and graphing, and the translation of written phrases into algebraic expressions.
College-Level Math
The College-Level Math test, comprised of 20 questions, measures your ability to solve problems that involve college-level mathematics concepts. There are five types of College-Level Math questions:
  • Algebraic operations:topics include simplifying rational algebraic expressions, factoring, expanding polynomials, and manipulating roots and exponents.
  • Solutions of equations and inequalities:topics include the solution of linear and quadratic equations and inequalities, equation systems and other algebraic equations.
  • Coordinate geometry:topics include plane geometry, the coordinate plane, straight lines, conics, sets of points in the plane, and graphs of algebraic functions.
  • Applications and other algebra topics:topics include complex numbers, series and sequences, determinants, permutations and combinations, fractions and word problems.
  • Functions and trigonometry:topics include polynomials, algebraic, exponential, and logarithmic and trigonometric functions.

Reading Exam

Reading Comprehension
The Reading Comprehension test, comprised of 20 questions, measures your ability to understand what you read, to identify main ideas and to make inferences. You need to distinguish between direct statements and secondary or supporting ideas.
Sentence Skills
The Sentence Skills test, comprised of 20 questions, measures your understanding of sentence structure — what makes a sentence complete and clear. Some questions deal with the logic of the sentence, and others with the relationships between two sentences.

Writing Exam

WritePlacer (Written Essay)
The WritePlacer test measures your ability to write effectively, which is critical to academic success. Your writing sample will be scored on the basis of how effectively it communicates a whole message to the readers for the stated purpose. Your score is based on your ability to express, organize and support your opinions and ideas, not the position you take on the essay topic. The following five characteristics of writing will be considered:
  • Focus: The clarity with which you maintain your main idea or point of view
  • Organization: The clarity with which you structure your response and present a logical sequence of ideas
  • Development and Support: The extent to which you elaborate on your ideas and the extent to which you present supporting details
  • Sentence Structure: The effectiveness of your sentence structure
  • Mechanical Conventions: The extent to which your writing is free of errors in usage and mechanics

Financial Services{expander}

(Located in Haskell Hall, Student Accounts Office)

Cleared for 12-16 Credits

This is the amount of credits a student must enrolled to be considered a full-time undergraduate student.

Health Insurance Proof

Massachusetts state law requires all students registered for nine (9) or more credit hours to be covered by medical insurance.
  • Without private coverage? Atlantic Union College offers health, accident, and hospitalization insurance. Contact Student Accounts for more information.
  • With private coverage? Please submit a signed Insurance Waiver Form with a copy of your Health Insurance card (front and back).

Budget Sheet & Payment Plan

The Financial Budget sheet is one of several documents that are completed at the Student Accounts Office. Here is where we sit with the student to crunch numbers and estimate the bill for the semester. We also work out the monthly payments.

Student Financial Contract

Student must sign a Student Financial Contract once a year.  It explains the financial policy of the College and what step(s) the College takes when the student does not adhere to their financial responsibilities.


For more information see the Student Cost and Tuition page.

Health Services{expander}

(Located in Haskell Hall, Admissions Office)

Health Survey

The collection of a student factual data pertaining to health and health concerns.

Immunization Records

All students are required to present evidence of immunization against disease, including month and year of immunization as well as the type/name of the vaccine administered, specified below as required by Massachusetts law.

The following regulations and requirements for evidence of immunization are applicable for the 2026-2017 academic year and are required by law:

  • Hepatitis B (three [3] doses)
  • Measles, Mumps, Rubella (two [2] doses each)
  • Meningococcal (one [1] doses)
  • Tdap (one [1] dose)
  • Tuberculosis results from the last six months that are satisfactory. A chest X-ray is required if the test is positive. The chest X-ray report must accompany the immunization record.
  • Varicella (two [2] doses)

Physician Report

By order of the Massachusetts Department of Public Health Division of Epidemiology and Immunization, all new applicants must present a physician's report indicating a physical examination and tuberculosis test within the last six months. The physicians’ report can be filled out, signed and dated by nurse practitioners and physicians assistants as well.

The documentation of immunization and the physicians report need to be filed at Health Services prior or at arrival on campus. Failure to do so may cause the student to be sent home until all documentation is received.

Information Technology and Security Services{expander}

(Located in Haskell Hall, IT Office)

IT-WiFi/Network/EBS Access

In order to receive and AUC Email account (required for campus communication), use the Students Computer Labs around the campus, as well as our WiFi, the IT-WiFi/Network/EBS Access form needs to be submitted in person or via eMail.  By signing the form, the student agrees to abide by the IT Policies for access and equipment usage.  In the same form, the student also requests the best method to contact him/her in the case of an emergency or campus closing.

Handout: Right to know

To comply with the Clery Act (1990) AUC needs to keep and disclose information about crime on and near our campus.

Student ID Card

The AUC ID card

Vehicle Registration

To use campus parking areas, students must have their vehicle registered.  Please bring your License and Car Registration to the Security office to register your vehicle.  You will receive a sticker that will need to be placed at the ?? of the car.  To make sure we have the most current information students can check online their vehicle registration.  Please make sure to park on Student designated parking areas.


For more information and safety tips, please visit our Security page.

Student Services{expander}

(Located in Haskell Hall, Admissions Office)

Confirm System's Personal information

Student is to review the college systems personal information in an effort to maintain up-to-date information.

FERPA Release Form

The Family Educational Rights and Privacy Act (FERPA) (20 U.S.C. § 1232g; 34 CFR Part 99) is a Federal law that protects the privacy of student education records. The law applies to all schools that receive funds under an applicable program of the U.S. Department of Education. The student needs to submit the document stating how he/she would like the college to handle his/her FERPA regulated information.

Receive the Student Handbook/Legal Notices

This document is a confirmation that the student has received the Student handbook and will abide by the colleges policies.


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