Please find the most current dates for New Student Registration in our Academic Catalog, and be sure to contact your Academic Advisor prior to registration — their approval is required to start reserving courses.
Upon returning the invitation included in your ADU acceptance letter, you are assigned an Academic Advisor. This confirms to us your intention to enroll.
All general studies students will be assigned to an Academic Advisor in the CAA to help in the selection of appropriate courses for their program of interest.
Contact the Center for Academic Achievement for more information.
Applying to an on-campus Associate's or Bachelor's degree program? Please indicate your desired path on our online application. Once admitted to General University, you will gain access to a separate application for the program of your choice by logging into my.adu.edu.
New Student Orientation is offered on several dates before the start of each trimester. You'll learn everything you need to know to get started here at ADU, including parking information, school policies, and resources available to help you do your best.
As an incoming first-year at ADU, we require you to take a Proficiency Profile exam within your first trimester. This exam does not affect your admission status or your GPA.
Academic Placement Testing
Academic placement tests may be required for new students. To determine whether you need to schedule an exam, please refer to your admission status (either Regular-AP or Probation-AP) or by checking your ACT or SAT score.
Paying for college can seem scary. It doesn’t have to: we offer a variety of scholarships, grants, and financial aid options available to make your dream of studying at Adventist University a reality. Our Financial Services Office will be happy to give you some information to get you started. Hours Monday - Thursday 8:00 a.m. - 4:30 p.m. Friday 8:00 a.m. - 3:00 p.m. Appointments are recommended.
Our connection with Florida Hospital and Adventist Health Systems ensures that a wide variety of clinical rotation sites are provided for our students. These experiences are designed to promote clinical reasoning, demonstrate values and beliefs that guide ethical practice, and develop professionalism and competence. Once you've been accepted into a program, you can learn more about our clinical opportunities from the program's clinical coordinator.
Work While You Study
We're always in need of student workers to help out around campus. We'll work around your schedule in various departments. A complete list of available student worker positions is available at the Florida Hospital Careers Site.
All students working towards an undergraduate degree must complete the service-learning graduation requirement. Service-learning engages our students in service activities with intentional academic learning goals and opportunities for reflection that connects to their academic disciplines.
Our Student Services department maintains a database of community service opportunities. Students can stop in any day of the week to sign up to serve at specific events, or to find an organization that needs their talents.
We're always looking for others who share our vision for healthcare, especially those who wish to further share that vision with our students. Learn more about what it's like to work for ADU and Florida Hospital. Learn more →