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The requirements for admission as described in this section of the catalog have been established by the college as providing minimum qualifications for admission. The college follows an open admissions policy for those who meet the spiritual and educational qualifications outlined. All candidates for admission to Beulah Heights University must show evidence of Christian character and competent scholastic ability.
International Student Requirements
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- The student shall subscribe to, or not be antagonistic toward, the Statement of Faith as outlined in this catalog.
- Successful applicants should embody a life of holiness and possess a teachable spirit.
A transcript from an accredited high school or the GED is the standard educational requirement for admission to Beulah Heights University. Mature students who wish to avail themselves of the training offered by a Bible college, but who are not high school graduates, may be admitted as special students, but non-high school graduates may not comprise more than five percent of the total student body. Students in this category will receive transcripts showing the work they have completed, but they will not be eligible to receive a degree unless all of the standard educational requirements have been met. For information on a GED, locations and test options, please go to www.GED.com or click here.
The ACT Assessment Test (American College Testing) Program or S.A.T. is recommended, but not required, for all applicants. High school students are encouraged to take the ACT or SAT test during their senior year in high school. Applicants can secure necessary information to take the test from their high school counselors or by writing to the American College Testing Program, Iowa City, Iowa, 52243-0414.
Applicants should request that the results from their ACT or SAT test be forwarded to Beulah Heights University: ACT (Code # 0842) or SAT (Code # 5082).
Home school students are required to submit ACT/SAT scores along with official transcript.
English Proficiency Requirement
Students whose scores on the ACT or SAT test indicate a need for additional work in English, but who otherwise meet admission requirements, may be assigned to a Developmental Studies course in English Grammar and Composition. The Developmental Studies program provides an opportunity for the student to bring his or her English skills up to college entry level.
Developmental Studies courses are offered at the same tuition rate as normal classes at Beulah Heights University. Developmental Studies courses carry college credit, and the completion of the courses will be indicated on the student's transcript. However, they do not count toward graduation.
Americans with Disabilities Act(ADA)
AMERICANS WITH DISABILITIES ACT (ADA)The Americans with Disabilities Act of 1990, as amended, and its implementing regulations provide that noqualified individual with a disability shall, on the basis of the disability, be excluded from participation in or bedenied the benefits of the services, programs, or activities of a public entity. The Act and regulations also require anentity to “make reasonable modifications in policies, practices, or procedures when the modifications are necessary toavoid discrimination on the basis of disability, unless the public entity can demonstrate that making the modificationswould fundamentally alter the nature of the service, program, or activity.” If you are an individual with a disabilitywho may require assistance or accommodation in order to participate in or receive the benefit of a service, program,or activity, or if you desire more information, you may contact the Office of Student Development.
For additional Information or if you have any further questions contact the Admissions Office at firstname.lastname@example.org or 404-627-2681 extension 158 or 109. The toll free number is 1-888-777-2422.