Admissions

How to Apply

Applying to Montreat College is easy. Find the right application below, and click the link to get started.

 

Application options

Standard admission
New students: incoming freshmen or transfers

Apply online »

 

Re-admit admission
Former Montreat students who wish to return

Apply by mail (PDF) »

Submit your transcripts from any college attended since Montreat College, and application to:

Montreat College
Office of Records and Registration
PO Box 1267
Montreat, NC 28757

828-669-8012, ext. 3734
Fax: 828-669-2141 

 

Dual enrollment
Local high school students who wish to supplement their current coursework

Apply by mail (PDF) »

 

Special student
Visiting students or individuals who wish to audit a course 

Apply by mail (PDF) »

If you wish to audit a course, please fill out the application above and the registration form
 

May term
Two- or three-week intensive term in May for current or visiting students

Complete the Special Student Application »

Submit your completed registration form to our Registrar’s Office:

Montreat College
Office of Records and Registration
PO Box 1267
Montreat, NC 28757

828-669-8012, ext. 3734
Fax: 828-669-2141 

 

Requirements

For freshmen

Standard admission requirements include a 2.75 (B-) minimum GPA (unweighted) and an SAT score of 1000 (combined Critical Reading and Math sections) or a 21 on the ACT (Composite).

Conditional admission requirements include a 2.25 minimum GPA (unweighted); an SAT score of 850 (combined Critical Reading and Math sections) or an 18 on the ACT (Composite);  letter of recommendation from Guidance Counselor and an interview with Admissions; in certain cases.

Students who do not meet either of these standards will be reviewed on a case-by-case basis.

In addition to your application, we will need from you:

  • An official transcript of high school credits indicating class rank and GPA
  • High school core class requirements should include four years of English, three years of science, three years of social studies, three years of math (Algebra I, Algebra II, and Geometry), and at least one year of a foreign language. 
  • An official SAT or ACT test score report

For transfer and international students

Transfer » 

International »