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STEP
1

 

Apply

 

Submit AUC application online or by mail with the application fee by the given deadline

STEP
2

 

Submit Documents

 

Submit Admissions required documents.

STEP
3

 

Wait for Decision

 

Wait on Acceptance/Denial Letter

Fall semester 2017: September 1st
Spring semester 2018: January 11th
Summer term 2018: May 1st

 

All information requested can be completed electronically and/or mailed to us at:

Office of Admissions
Atlantic Union College
338 Main Street
Lancaster, MA 01523

All prospective students will receive a/an:
  • Email with login information to My-AUC.  This is the college portal where you will be able to track the status of your application and submitted documents.
  • Letter of acknowledgement after the application is received. 
  • Letter of acceptance*/refusal to the college after all required information has been received by the Admissions Office.

 

* Please note that admission to the college may not guarantee admission to a specific department or program.

Unofficial High School Transcripts*{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)

GED
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.

* Essential documents required for Provisional Acceptance

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