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Why Transfer to Brewton-Parker?
Brewton-Parker College is a place where you can discover God’s purpose for your life while growing intellectually. As you pursue your bachelor’s degree, you can expect a high level of academic rigor paired with a warm, welcoming community of fellow believers. Begin the transfer process today!
-Contact Your Counselor
-Schedule a Virtual Visit
-Schedule an Appointment with a counselor
To be admitted to Brewton-Parker College as a transfer student, you must:
- Have at least a 2.25 cumulative college GPA.
- Must indicate eligibility to return to most recent institution attended
- High School Transcript is required if less than 30 college credit hours have been completed.
- If your college transcripts show a ‘D’ or lower for English 101 or Math 101, ACT/SAT/Accuplacer test* scores must be submitted.
*There is a $10 test fee if you choose to take the Accuplacer test at BPC.
**Students who do not meet the above requirements for regular admission may be offered conditional admission. If you have questions about your status, please contact the Admissions Office at 912-583-3265 or at firstname.lastname@example.org
Steps to Apply
Complete and submit your official application HERE!
Every advantage goes to the early applicant.
You will be asked to create an account with your email address and a password of your choosing in order to fill out your application. Please keep this information so you can check the status of your application after submission. Once your account has been created, you will be redirected to the log-in page. You must complete all sections of the application in order for it to be submitted for review.
Submit an official transcript
In response to the COVID-19 crisis, we are accepting “Pass/Fail” coursework completed in Spring 2020 or Summer 2020 for applicants. In lieu of a letter grade, we are accepting “Pass/Fail” high school and college credit for incoming applicants, assuming the course is otherwise transferrable.
Transcripts will be considered official only when sent directly from the institution to Brewton-Parker. Submit a final transcript from each college attended (final transcripts from high schools are only required if you have completed less than 30 transferable earned credit hours post-high school).
Office of Admissions
PO Box 197
Mount Vernon, GA 30445
Submit your scores from the SAT or ACT
In response to the COVID-19 crisis, SAT/ACT is optional for Spring ’22 and Fall ’22. Since standardized testing opportunities are limited due to COVID-19, we will be waiving SAT/ACT scores for academically qualified Spring 2022 and Fall 2022 applicants. The admissions office will continue to make admissions offers and award academic scholarships based on students’ academic achievement, spiritual commitment, and their ability to succeed at Brewton-Parker.
Note: International students are still required to submit proof of English proficiency. Please check the required documents for international students.
This applies only if you have completed less than 15 transferable credits post-high school.
SAT: 5068 | ACT: 0801
If you have questions about the admissions process or how to submit your documents, please contact your admissions counselor.
Note: Your application will not be reviewed until the documents from steps 3 and 4 have been received. You can log in to your admissions account at any time and see what you are missing.
Not sure about the strength of your standardized test scores?
We offer test-optional (SAT or ACT scores not required) admission on a case-by-case basis. International students are not eligible for test-optional admission.
Your application will not be reviewed until the documents from steps 3 and 4 have been received. You can log-in to your admissions account at any time and see what you are missing.
We accept electronic transcripts from most vendors. Please use email@example.com as the recipient email address. You may also have the documents mailed to the following address:
Office of Admissions
P.O. Box 197
Mount Vernon, GA 30445
To have these documents faxed, please use the following fax number: 912-583-3598
If you have questions about how to submit your documents, please contact your admissions counselor.