Our online programs provide working adults the flexibility and opportunity they need to further their career. Life can be hectic, especially when challenging personal commitments with work and family arise. Simply said, many adults need a full-time online program in order for them to reach their academic goals.
Mississippi Colleges's Online Programs provide many adults the structure and format they need. Let Mississippi College help you navigate to a better future, where you'll be prepared for a long-term, sustainable success.
All candidates for freshman admission should submit the following:
- Application. A completed application form.
- Transcripts. An official transcript of all high school work completed to date delivered to the Office of Enrollment Services; this transcript must either be mailed from the high school directly or hand delivered by the student in a sealed envelope from the high school. Upon graduation, applicants must have a final transcript sent to the Office of Enrollment Services, showing date of graduation, signature by the school official and/or an official seal
- Test Scores. Official ACT or SAT scores for all applicants who graduated from high school within the last five years must be mailed to the Office of Enrollment Services directly from ACT or SAT headquarters or from the student’s high school. Score reports brought by the applicant are not acceptable. A minimum composite score of 18 on the American College Test (ACT), or a comparable combined score on the Scholastic Aptitude Test (SAT), is required.
- Mumps, Measles, and Rubella (MMR) Immunization Certificate.
- Students seeking campus housing are required to log in to the online housing portal after they have been accepted. Here they will pay a non-refundable $100 fee and reserve a residence hall room.
The Office of Enrollment Services will consider community/junior college graduates and transfer students whose transcripts indicate eligibility to return immediately to the school last attended and whose grades show evidence of ability to do college level work. A student is considered a transfer student after 24 semester hours have been successfully completed (2.00 average on a 4.00 system is considered successful) at a regionally accredited institution. Courses must be comparable to courses offered at Mississippi College (See Grades Transferred from Another Institution).
If a transfer student does not have 24 transferable credit hours, they will be subject to freshmen admission standards (ACT score requirements and high school transcript).