Saint Martin's University is committed to providing life-long learning opportunities to busy adults in our local communities. Continuing education serves our non-traditional population: from single parents to working professionals to former and active duty military and their families. We offer degree, non-degree and certification options through online, evening and weekend courses.

Are you a previous student applying for re-admission

Complete our re-admit form

Important Information

Priority deadlines (for applying or enrolling)

Applying for admission

30 days prior to the first day of class

Enrolling for non-degree course(s)

No deadline


There is no application fee for applying or enrolling for continuing education with Saint Martin's Extended Learning Division.

How to apply for admission (degree and certification)

To apply to Saint Martin's University for a degree or certification program:

  • Select an undergraduate academic program
  • Select an extension campus
  • Complete our online application for admission
  • Send supplemental materials* to the Extended Learning Division

How to enroll for non-degree coursework

To enroll for non-degree coursework:

  • Select an undergraduate academic program
  • Select an extension campus
  • Determine your method of payment**
  • Complete our non-degree registration form

*Supplemental materials

When applying for admission to Saint Martin's University for degree or certification programs, you must submit the following supplemental materials along with your application:

  • Official transcript from all previous colleges or universities
  • DD Form 214 or an official JST or CCAF transcript (for military credits)
  • Official high school transcript† showing "B-" or above for two-year single, modern foreign language (this fulfills the World Language general education requirement)

†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.

Mail official transcripts and other supplemental materials to:

Saint Martin's University
Office of Admissions
P.O. Box 33058
JBLM Main, WA 98433