Brewton-Parker College offers three types of admissions. All three are full admission to Brewton-Parker, but there are restrictions that apply to those students conditionally and provisionally admitted. Students are encouraged to apply for admissions early in order to avoid complications with admission, advising, or financial aid. Applicants also need to be aware of the deadline for filing a financial aid application as indicated on page 33 in the catalog.
If you have any questions about admission to BPC feel free to contact the Office of Admissions at 800-342-1087, ext. 265 or email us at firstname.lastname@example.org. We are here to help you!
an applicant (see
definitions) meets all of the criteria for admission,
he or she is admitted unconditionally. A traditional freshman
applicant may be granted unconditional admission pending completion
of their final year of high school.
who does not meet criteria for unconditional
admission may be granted conditional admission. Conditional
Admission is full admission to the College. A student who
is denied unconditional admission may submit a written request
to the Admissions Committee requesting conditional admission.
The Admissions Committee will make the final decision on granting
or denying admission and may set criteria for continued enrollment.
Failure to meet a stated condition(s) will result in denial
of the privilege of enrollment unless the Admissions Committee
agrees to allow continued enrollment with stated conditions
of continued enrollment.
may be admitted for one term of enrollment on a provisional
basis if all required credentials have not been received.
Provisional Admission is full admission to the College. All
required documents must be received by the College by the
end of the first term of enrollment at Brewton-Parker or the
privilege of continued enrollment will be denied. If you are
provisionally admitted with an incomplete file, you must complete
it by the end of that semester. If your file is not completed,
you may not register for the following semester, receive grades,
or have transcripts issued. A student who has been granted
Provisional Admission may subsequently be granted unconditional
or conditional admission or denial of the right to continue
to enroll on the basis of submission of all required credentials.
Provisional Admission cannot be granted if the applicant failed
to graduate from high school or to achieve the required score
on the GED exam.