Applicants who have been attending or are currently attending another college or university and desire to enroll in a course or courses at Anderson University must submit an application online. Students must also submit a statement or form from officials at their current institution indicating that they have approval to take courses at Anderson University.
Concurrent (dual-enrolled) students
Concurrent Enrollment is a program that permits rising juniors and seniors in high school 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 the credit may be transferred to another college or university. However, since transfer policies vary from institution to institution, Anderson University cannot guarantee that every college or university will accept credit earned in these programs.
Concurrent students must submit approval of their principal or guidance counselor for courses taken at Anderson University. Students in this program wishing to enroll in Mathematics or English courses must make a satisfactory score on the SAT and/or ACT. Under certain circumstances, it is possible for students to take courses at their high schools and/or at Anderson University which will count for both high school and college credit.
Summer School students
Students may apply for one or more summer term at Anderson University by applying online.
Teacher Certification students
Students seeking only a teaching certificate must be meet all University, state, regional, and national standards that traditional students are required to meet. All students must be formally admitted into the Teacher Education Program and must complete the following:
- present official transcripts from an accredited degree granting institution
- have their transcripts reviewed by the Director of Teacher Education and the Department Chairperson in which the student is seeking a credential to teach
- have in the permanent file a signed statement from the Director of Teacher Education and the specific Department Chairperson to indicate an agreement with the program of study
- be accepted into the Teacher Education Program after meeting all admission guidelines
Persons desiring to audit classes may do so with the approval of the Registrar and the instructor of the course. Auditors are “listeners” in the class. They do not take examinations and do not receive credit. They may participate in class discussion with the approval of the instructor. The fee for auditing a course is one-half the normal tuition for the course and any special fees that may be required for registering for that course.
Planning to Attend Anderson?
If you have already applied and been accepted to Anderson, and you're ready to commit to attending, download the Enrollment Confirmation Form below to send to the Admissions Office with your Enrollment Confirmation Fee:
Enrollment Confirmation Form (send with $250 deposit)
If you have not yet applied, you may apply online.