Apply Online to Anderson University
Regardless of your program of interest, you can apply online. Check out the program descriptions below, and click on the appropriate link to begin your application. If you're unsure which program is right for you, or you have questions about the application, please call the Admissions Office of that program for assistance.
Anderson University offers degree programs in our traditional daytime program for students coming from all kinds of backgrounds. Students can enter Anderson as first-time college students or as transfers from other colleges or universities. Students can return to Anderson after taking time off to work or attend another institution, and they can also take dual-enrollment classes, audit a class, take summer classes, obtain teacher certification, and more. Click here for more information or, for assistance, please contact the Traditional Admissions Office at 864-231-2030 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
Anderson welcomes students from around the world to its programs. International students can enter Anderson as first-time college students or as transfers from other colleges or universities. Click here for more information or, for assistance, please contact Leonard Johnson in the Traditional Admissions Office at 864-231-2040 or email@example.com.
ACCEL (Evening/Online) Undergraduate
Anderson’s ACCEL Program offers undergraduate classes that are eight weeks long and are held on Monday and Thursday evenings and online. The program is open to former Anderson students, transfer students, and first-time college students. Students may register for two or three classes per term for five terms per year. Click here for more information or, for assistance, please contact Graduate and Evening Admissions at 864-231-2020 or ACCEL@andersonuniversity.edu.
Graduate (see below)
The graduate program at Anderson University offers Master's degrees in Business Administration, Criminal Justice, Education, and Ministry. These programs emphasize a dynamic and intense study of the disciplines, the generation of knowledge through research, and the application of new findings. Click here for more information or, for assistance, please contact Graduate and Evening Admissions at 864-231-2020 or firstname.lastname@example.org
Business Administration (MBA)
Criminal Justice (MCJ)
Education (MEd, MAT)
Teacher Cadet Program
The primary goal of the Teacher Cadet Program is to encourage academically able students who possess exemplary interpersonal and leadership skills to consider teaching as a career. Students enrolled in “Teacher Cadet” at partner schools may take EDU 101, which is a three (3) credit hour course designed to familiarize senior high school students with the role of the teacher and with the profession of teaching. All students enrolled in this program must meet the criteria established by the Center for Educator Recruitment, Retention, & Advancement (CERRA) for admission into the Teacher Cadet program. For assistance, please contact the Teacher Cadet Coordinator Ray Kimbrell at 864-328-1764 or email@example.com
Dual Enrollment Program
Dual enrollment permits high school students to enroll in courses for college credit during regular semesters or in the summer. Credit earned in this program may be applied toward a degree at Anderson University, or may be transferred to another school. However, since transfer policies vary from institution to institution, Anderson University cannot guarantee that every school will accept credit earned in these programs. Students must submit a Concurrent Student Application, approval from their principal or guidance counselor, an official high school transcript and appropriate SAT or ACT scores to take courses at Anderson University. Students wishing to enroll in English courses must make at least a 500 on the writing portion of the SAT or a 20 on the writing portion of the ACT. Under certain circumstances, it is possible for students to take courses at their high school and/or at Anderson University, which will count for both high school and college credit.
Note: T.L. Hanna dual enrollment applicants must gain the approval of their guidance office.