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We do not have a preference on either standardized test, and accept scores from both SAT and ACT testing.
Yes. Emory & Henry College does superscore the ACT.
Emory & Henry College does not accept the CSS Profile, we run our financial aid process through the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA).
Depending upon your unique status, you’ll need to select the appropriate Emory & Henry College application. A full list of requirements can be found on the application requirements page.
To access the application, you will need to create a user account with the Emory & Henry College website. This includes creating a username (of your choosing), a password (of your choosing), and registering with a valid e-mail address. This is how you will access and edit your application. NOTE: You cannot use the same e-mail for more than one account.
Once you submit the application, its information is sent to the E&H admissions office and your application is locked. You can return to the site and login but you will not be able to access the application forms. If your application contained errors or you would like to submit additional information, please contact the Admissions Office at .
The current academic catalog, along with archives of catalogs from previous years, is available at ehc.edu/academic-catalog
Yes - Emory & Henry recognizes successful achievement of students in the International Baccalaureate Program. Students who have earned certificates or diplomas in this program may present their transcript for consideration for the awarding of advanced placement credit. Credit is awarded by the Centralized Student Assistance Office (CSA) in consultation with the appropriate department chair. Emory & Henry College will normally offer a comparable number of credit hours to entering students who have studied at the “Higher Level” and have earned an IB grade of 5 or better. (Page 33 of the academic catalog)
Yes, we are a Yellow Ribbon school. The Yellow Ribbon GI Education Enhancement Program (Yellow Ribbon Program) is a provision of the Post-9/11 GI Bill that allows veterans to attend private schools and graduate programs costing more than the state tuition cap.
Learn more about E&H Veterans Benefits
No, you do not need to have all your application material gathered to begin your application. You can start with just your application and your essay. We’ll let you know what we need to complete your file after you apply. You can find a full list of required materials on our How to Apply page.
You can easily schedule a visit to Emory & Henry College campus online, by choosing a commonly scheduled visit day like Wasp Welcome, or selecting a personalized visit that allows you to set the date and time of your visit. You can always call our front office directly at 276-944-6133 or Toll-Free at 800-848-5493 as well, we'll be happy to schedule your visit for you over the phone.
First off, congrats on making an excellent choice — we’re delighted with your decision and are here to help you every step-of-the-way! For starters, if you haven’t already done so you’ll need to complete your application — we just need your application to get started. Once accepted, make your decision official by making your commitment deposit — a list of deposit payment methods (online, phone, check) is available under Step 1 at ehc.edu/future. Once your deposit clears, you’re all set to finalize your enrollment by choosing your classes and housing. Be sure to check in with your dedicated Admission Counselor at any point with questions or concerns you may have.
Application fee waivers can be acquired through their high school guidance office. However, the E&H School of Health Sciences may not waive the fee.
We would require students to complete an Emotional Support Animal application that requires medical documentation. And it will go before a committee for review which we allow up to 30 days to complete.
There is a major difference between service animal and therapy animal. Service animals perform a daily life function that helps serve/protect it's owner. The therapy animal (emotional support animal) provides comfort/support to their owner that is not identified under ADA regulations. Whereas, a service animal is protected under Americans with Disabilities Act ADA regulations.