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The college maintains a rolling admission policy accepting the free E&H application or The Common Application. The E&H application opens August 1 for the following year’s enrollment. Students applying before November 15 Early Action I have priority in class and housing selection, followed by January 15 Early Action II and April 1 Regular Decision dates. An admission counselor aids students throughout the application and enrollment process. Students should submit an official high school transcript and have the option to submit test scores (SAT of ACT). An essay is not required. Deadline to apply for fall admission is July 25.
Emory & Henry College is the choice for students transferring from any community college, public or private institution. We work hard to incorporate the credit hours you have earned from previous institutions—saving you time as you work towards your degree. With admission agreements, articulation agreements and pathway programs, it’s now easier than ever to complete your degree. Complete the application, essay, dean’s certificate and send your transcripts from any previously attended institution. Apply by July 25 for the fall semester and Dec. 1 for the spring semester. www.ehc.edu/transfer
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Personalized visits and admission events may include touring campus with student ambassadors, speaking with admission counselors, coaches or faculty members, meeting with financial aid, or interviewing and auditioning for scholarships. From the red brick walkways to the columns and green rolling hills, you will see why we consistently hear that we have one of the most beautiful and friendly campuses. While we are in a scenic part of the state close to outdoor recreation, there is plenty of local art, food, music, shopping and culture. www.ehc.edu/visit
“You must get up, rise up and focus–and when somebody asks you where you went to college, you stand tall and say, ‘Emory & Henry,’ in the prosperous, life-giving, music-shaking, soul-quaking, intellect-making hills of Southwest Virginia in Appalachia where America found her voice because unto those hills, through them and over them, came you.” Adriana Trigiani, best-selling author, film director, Southwest Virginia native and co-founder of The Origin Project, in her address to the graduating class of 2018.