Transfer Student Admissions Checklist
General Requirements for Admission to ADU
ApplyComplete the application and submit the $20 application fee.
DiplomaPresent evidence of high school graduation with a standard diploma (at minimum) from a regionally accredited high school. Applicants who have not graduated from a regionally accredited high school, including those who have been home schooled, refer to the checklist for “High School Students from a Non-Regionally Accredited School or Home Schooled Students“ or “GED diploma recipients” for more details. Applicants with 24 or more college-level credits from a regionally accredited college are exempt from submitting high school transcripts.
Submit official transcripts from all colleges previously attended. Admission GPAs will be calculated based on credits and grades from regionally accredited institutions only. Transcripts must be mailed or delivered electronically to ADU from each institution, or the applicant may deliver a transcript in a sealed envelope directly to the Office of Enrollment Services. Faxed copies will not be considered official. Unofficial transcripts may be used for preliminary admission calculations. Failure to disclose all colleges previously attended could result in denial or dismissal. Additionally, transcripts from institutions outside the United States must be evaluated by World Education Services. This is the only company from which we will accept transcript evaluations.
Mail Transcripts to: Adventist University of Health Sciences
Office of Enrollment Services
671 Winyah Drive
Orlando FL, 32803-1226
Test ScoresSubmit American College Test (ACT) or Scholastic Aptitude Test (SAT) scores. Scores will be used for placement and advising and not to determine admission status. Applicants with 24 or more college-level credits from a regionally accredited college are exempt from taking the ACT or SAT.
English ProficiencyProvide evidence of English language proficiency for those applicants for whom English is not their primary language or who have graduated from a non-English speaking school (see English Language Proficiency section of the Academic Catalog).