How to apply for admission
Begin the application process by choosing an undergraduate
academic program and an
Extended Learning Division campus (campuses
and course offerings). (For master's degrees, see
- Complete and sign our
- Submit a 250-500 word essay (see
- Make arrangements with your previous
colleges/universities to send us your official
- Saint Martin's grants credits for military
experience and/or coursework. Please
provide a DD Form 214 or an official JST or CCAF transcript.
- An official high school transcript showing
grades above "B-" for two entire years of study
of a single, modern foreign language will
fulfill the World Language general education
- Submit all application documents no later
than 30 days prior to the first day of class for
the desired term.
- If you will be transferring in 24 or fewer
semester credits (typically two semesters or three
quarters of full-time study) you may be required to
submit your high school transcript and SAT or ACT scores,
particularly if you graduated from high school less than
three years from the time you plan to apply for admission as
a transfer student. These materials may be evaluated and
considered during the review process. Your admission counselor
will let you know which specific materials are necessary to complete
your application depending upon your individual circumstances.
Contact us if you need help choosing an academic program.
There is no admission application fee for the
Extended Learning Division.