How to Apply
Welcome to Pfeiffer University!
Whether your goal is to become a teacher, a therapist or a CEO, Pfeiffer University delivers the learning experience you need for career success. We offer an interactive learning environment supplemented by a unique mentoring program and enriching co-curricular activities. Grow into your intended career through personal instruction and practical experience delivered by subject experts.
Our application process is easy. Gather the information listed below and follow the simple instructions to start your journey to a new career.
What You’ll Need
- Official transcripts from schools you've attended
- Admissions test scores
- Class rank
- Letters of recommendation (graduate applicants only – use form provided on application)
- Materials specific to your degree program (graduate programs only)
Pfeiffer University uses a rolling admissions system but recommends that students submit their applications for admission by May 1 to ensure space availability. The deadline for applications to be reviewed for honors awards is Jan. 8.
To apply for acceptance into an undergraduate degree program, you need your official high school transcript (or GED certificate), SAT or ACT scores, class rank and a list of your extracurricular and service activities.
To apply for acceptance into a graduate degree program, you need your official transcript, letters of recommendation and your graduate admissions test scores. The Graduate Record Examination (GRE), Graduate Management Admissions Test (GMAT) and Miller Analogies Test (MAT) are all acceptable.
Note: Graduate programs may require additional materials or processes. Read the requirements carefully.
Professional Certificate Admissions
To apply for acceptance into a professional certificate program, contact the enrollment services counselor.
Degree Completion Admissions
To apply for acceptance into a degree completion program, you will need your ACT or SAT scores and official transcripts from any post secondary schools you have attended.
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