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Applicant Types and Requirements

Freshman applicants are students who graduate from high school the spring prior to fall enrollment, and/or has never enrolled full-time in a regionally accredited college or university and plans to pursue a baccalaureate degree. Students who have participated in a dual-enrollment program are still considered freshman as their classes are taken prior to high school graduation.

Requirements
  • High school transcript or GED with evidence of sufficient academic preparation for successful college work
    • 2.5 High school GPA
    • Passing GED Scores
  • SAT or ACT Scores
    • SAT: 24 or higher (Reading)   22 or higher (Math)
    • ACT: 18 (English)  16 (Math)

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 admissions@bpc.edu

Needed Documents
  • Application 
  • $35.00 Application Fee (non-refundable)
  • High School Transcript or GED Equivalent
  • Test Scores (We accept SAT, ACT, CLT and Accuplacer)*
  • College transcripts (Dual Enrollment Students)   Grades posted for dual enrollment on high school transcript are not sufficient. The applicant must contact all institutions providing college credit to request official transcript(s).

* Applicants who graduated at least 3 years prior to application and do not have SAT/ACT scores will be given the Accuplacer College placement exam. The cost is $10 per test.

Home-schooled applicants are students who have completed high school graduation requirements under a home school program or has graduated from a non-accredited high school.

Requirements

High school transcript or GED with evidence of sufficient academic preparation for successful college work

  • 2.5 High school GPA
  • Passing GED Scores

SAT or ACT Scores

  • SAT: 24 or higher (Reading)   22 or higher (Math)
  • ACT: 18 (English)  16 (Math)

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 admissions@bpc.edu

Needed Documents
  • Application 
  • $35.00 Application Fee (non-refundable)
  • High School Transcript or GED Equivalent
  • Test Scores (We accept SAT, ACT, CLT and Accuplacer)*  College transcripts (Dual Enrollment Students)   Grades posted for dual enrollment on high school transcript are not sufficient. The applicant must contact all institutions providing college credit to request official transcript(s).* Applicants who graduated at least 3 years prior to application and do not have SAT/ACT scores will be given the Accuplacer College placement exam. The cost is $10 per test.

Transfer applicants are students who enrolled full-time in a regionally accredited college or university after high school and have completed at least 30 transferable hours. Students who have less than 30 hours must also submit additional information (high school transcript and test scores) in order to be considered for admission.

Requirements
  • 2.25 GPA
  • Must indicate eligibility to return to most recent institution attended
  • High School Transcript if less than 30 hours completed.
  • ACT/SAT/Accuplacer test (If transcripts do not show “C” or better in English 101 or Math 101 and higher.)**If you choose to take the Accuplacer at BPC, the cost is $10 per test.

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 admissions@bpc.edu

Needed Documents
  • Application
  • $35.00 Application Fee (non-refundable)
  • College Transcript(s) from all Colleges attended including Dual Enrollment*
  • High School Transcript/Test Scores (We accept SAT, ACT, CLT and Accuplacer)** if less than 30 hours completed.*Grades posted for dual enrollment on high school transcript are not sufficient. The applicant must contact all institutions providing college credit to request official transcript(s).**Applicants who graduated at least 3 years prior to application and do not have SAT/ACT scores will be given the Accuplacer College placement exam. The cost is $10.

International applicants are students who are not permanent residents of the US and will require an F-1 Visa in order to study in the United States.

Requirements
  • Transcripts from all secondary schools reflecting academic achievement.
  • Official test scores
    • If you are attending or have graduated from a U.S. high school, submit official SAT or ACT Scores
      • SAT scores of 24 or higher (Reading Sub-score) 22 or higher (Math Sub-score)
      • ACT Scores of 18 (English) 16 (Math)
    • If you are attending or have graduated from a secondary school or college outside of the U.S., submit official Test of English as a Foreign Language (TOEFL) score report, or IELTS scores.
      • TOEFL score of 523 written test, 193 on the computer test, and 70 on the internet based test.
      • IELTS Scores of 6.5
      • Passing Accuplacer scores
      • The scores above are set to show a student’s English proficiency.
  • Certification of Finances Form and International Student Financial Aid Form. (These are provided by your admissions counselor.)
    • Demonstrates proof of money to cover the cost of educational expenses for one academic year.

For more detailed information, visit international student services.

 

Needed Documents
  • Application
  • $35.00 nonrefundable Application Fee
  • High School Transcripts (submitted thorugh either InCred Evaluation Service or WES Transcript Service)
  • Test Scores (SAT, ACT, TOEFL, Accuplacer or IELTS)
  • College transcripts (if applicable)

No application will be considered until all of the above items are received. Allow at least 8 weeks for processing.
Additional paperwork is needed to issue an I-20. Students will be contacted by their admissions counselor to discuss needed documents.

An applicant who has received his or her Bachelor’s degree and is seeking certification in either Early Childhood Education or Middle Grades Education.

Requirements
  • An existing 4-year degree from an accredited college, official transcripts required
  • GPA of 2.5 or higher as verified on transcript
  • A score report reflecting a passing score on the Georgia Assessment of Certification for Educators (GACE) Program Admission Exam, SAT of combined score1000 or above (Verbal or Critical Reading and Math), Advanced Degree, or an ACT score of 43 or above (Verbal or Critical Reading and Math)
  • Completed Application to the Teacher Education Program
  • Completion of the GA Code of Ethics Entrance Exam
  • Current background check
  • Verification of tort insurance (obtained by obtaining a student membership with Professional Association of Georgia Educators (PAGE) or Georgia Association of Educators (GAE)

Due to the specific entrance requirements, no candidates should be admitted into the Certification Only Program without written approval and/or advisement from the Director of Student Teaching/Certification. Any questions concerning Certification only can be referred to Barbara Reid at breid@bpc.edu.

Needed Documents
  • Application
  • $35.00 nonrefundable Application Fee
  • College Transcripts reflecting a completed 4-year degree
  • GACE, SAT, or ACT Scores
    • GACE: Passing
    • SAT: combined 1000+
    • ACT: combined or 43+

Due to the specific entrance requirements, no candidates should be admitted into the Certification Only Program without written approval and/or advisement from the Director of Student Teaching/Certification.

Please direct questions concerning Certification only to Barbara Reid at breid@bpc.edu

An applicant is considered non-traditional if he/she graduated or would have graduated from high school five or more years ago. This includes both beginning freshmen and those with previous college or university attendance. The high school transcript requirement will be waived for applicants with 30 semester hours or more of transferable college credit after a full evaluation of all previous college coursework is completed.

Requirements
  • High School Transcript with 2.5 GPA
  • OR Official College Transcript(s) from each college, university, or technical school attended with a 2.25 GPA
  • OR GED Scores that are considered passing
  • SAT or ACT Scores
    • SAT scores of 24 or higher (Reading sub-score) 22 or higher (Math sub-score)
    • ACT scores of 16 (Math) and 18 (English)
  • College Placement Exam for all students with no SAT or ACT Scores

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 admissions@bpc.edu

Needed Documents
  • Application for Admissions
  •   $35.00 Application Fee
  •   High School Transcript OR
  •   Official College Transcript(s) from each college, university, or technical school attended or GED Scores
  •   College Placement Entrance Exam will be required for students with no SAT or ACT Scores. We offer the Accuplacer. The cost is $10 per test.

An transient applicant is a student who is currently enrolled in another accredited college or university and applies to Brewton-Parker College for a specified period of time to take courses as a visiting student. Transient students should be advised by their home institution regarding selection of courses to be taken at Brewton-Parker College. It is the applicant’s responsibility to show that all pre-requisites for courses to be taken have been met. Transient students are considered as non-degree seeking students at Brewton-Parker College.

Requirements
  • Letter of Transient Permission
    • A letter from the Registrar or Academic Dean at the institution in which the applicant is enrolled that includes a statement of good standing and eligibility to return to the institution, permission to attend Brewton-Parker College, and the specific term the student plans to attend. A list of the courses to be taken at Brewton-Parker College may be included.
    • OR Letter of Transient Permission from the Registrar indicating the specific term the student plans to attend, permission to attend Brewton Parker College, and the specific courses student is approved to take guaranteeing credit to be transferred back to the home institution
      • It is the student’s responsibility to contact the Registrar’s office either in person or via email for registration.
Needed Documents
  • Application
  • $35.00 nonrefundable Application Fee
  • Letter of Transient Permission