Admissions & Applying

The decision to attend college may be one of the most important ones you'll ever make. Don't worry—we're here to make it easy.

If you’ve been homeschooled, you have the same requirements as prospective freshman who have been in traditional school.  We look for the following items in addition to the online application: 

  1. ACT/SAT test scores (because these, along with GPAs, are used to determine our Andrews Partnership Scholarship awards, it’s best if they’re taken early in your senior year of high school).
  2. Two recommendations from non-relatives (this is part of the application).
  3. Either
    1. A detailed transcript with a cumulative GPA, completed and signed by the person who directed your program.  Need help?  Call 269-471-6346 or 269-471-6718 for additional info on making a transcript and/or other issues. OR
    2. GED certificate (only if a transcript isn’t available from your parents/homeschool program).
  4. If English isn’t your first language, you may have to demonstrate your proficiency by taking an exam.  If you don’t pass English requirements, you may need to take English Intensive Courses before enrolling full time.  For more information, check out the Andrews bulletin.


Questions?  Contact us at or 269-471-6718


To clarify: our distance learning program, Griggs International Academy, is a secondary education program.  Griggs will work with homeschool students who take a minimum of their last three high school courses through Griggs to develop and grant a high school diploma.  Check out our Griggs website or call Griggs at 800-782-4769.  For more information, visit our homeschool resources page.


Mail your transcripts and documents here:

Undergraduate Admissions
Andrews University
4150 Administration Dr.

Berrien Springs MI 49104-0740


To clarify: Admission to one of Andrews’s schools does not guarantee admission to a specific department or program.  Transfers from one school to another can be made when the student meets that school’s admission requirements and has the consent of the deans involved.