We want to help all your hard work at your previous school(s) pay off! As a result we have set up an academic scholarship program specifically for you! Check the chart below to see which transfer scholarship for which you may qualify. Remember you must have attempted 24 or more hours after graduating high school to be considered a transfer student. The cumulative GPA of all credits attempted at all accredited colleges and universities is what is used below.
A student can receive an Emmanuel College Academic Scholarship for up to eight semesters should they remain enrolled as a full time student. However, they must maintain a cumulative GPA for all coursework attempted as follows:
- Peak - 3.0
- Summit - 2.75
- Crest - 2.5
We're excited that you're interested in transferring to Emmanuel College! Please follow the steps below to complete the process. If you have any questions don't hesitate to contact us.
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Transfer Student: Anyone who has graduated from high school, or holds a GED, and has attended another institution of higher learning after graduation from high school.
2) $25 Application Fee (waived for those who visit and apply on campus)
3) Official high school transcript showing grade point average (GPA), class rank, and graduation date (High School transcripts will only be required for those students who transfer in less than 24 hours of post-high school acceptable credit).
4) SAT or ACT scores (Test scores will only be required for those students who transfer in less than 24 hours of post-high school acceptable credit.)
5) Official transcript(s) from each college/university attended with a current class schedule if enrolled at the time of application to Emmanuel College. Final college transcript must be received within two-weeks after last enrollment period and prior to the first day of class attendance.
6) Transfer Eligibility Form completed by the Dean of Students or the administrative officer in charge of student discipline at the last postsecondary school you have attended as a student, regardless of length of time passed since your enrollment. Please be advised that information disclosed on this required form may impact your acceptance to Emmanuel College. (Click here to visit the registrar's page and download the TEF. It's located under the heading "Required Forms for Admission and Registration.")
I'm accepted, now what?
Once you have been accepted, it's time to secure your spot at EC by making a deposit, completing financial aid, and registering for classes.
1) The first step is to decide if you want to be a part of the Honor's Program. To check eligibility and apply, visit that page here.
2) Registration days will be held before each semester but housing and classes fill up quickly, so the sooner you register the better. At registration each transfer student may be required to take the Math Placement Exam (MPE). Information on preparing for this test and for math in general at Emmanuel College can be found here. When you register you will also be required to make a deposit to reserve your class schedule and place on the housing preference list.
3) Click here to make a deposit. The registration deposit secures your schedule and initiates the housing placement process for resident students.
4) Don't wait to start Financial Aid, you can begin by filing your FAFSA and then completing Financial Aid as soon as possible to make sure you receive the most aid available. Click here to learn more about the Financial Aid process.
5) Finally, after you are registered and have settled your account (completed Financial Aid and paid off your remaining balance), you're ready to move-in and start life at Emmanuel College. We look forward to meeting you soon!
The Health and Physical Education Major Non-Certification prepares students for many professional positions in the realm of health and physical education. This non-certification major will enable students to work in areas such as coaching, administrative positions in exercise/athletic centers, personal training, and strength and conditioning fields. A Coaching Concentration is available (see Coaching Concentration Courses below).
Title IX Policies and Procedures
for Sexual Assault, Sexual Harassment, Domestic/Dating Violence, and Stalking
This Webpage includes information for all members of the Emmanuel College community. If you are a victim of sexual harassment or sexual violence, we hope that you will seek assistance either here on campus or off-campus. If you have any questions regarding this Website or College policies pertaining to Title IX, please contact one of the following officers.
Policy approved by the Emmanuel College Senior Management Team on August 12, 2015
Courtney Hamil, Director of Student Life and Title IX Coordinator
Student Development Office
The College encourages individuals to immediately consult with or report incidents of sexual discrimination, sexual harassment, or sexual violence to Mrs. Hamil, or to one of the college’s Deputy Title IX coordinators:
Issues involving students:
Mrs. Courtney Hamil, Director of Student Life and Title IX Coordinator
Student Development Office
Issues involving faculty or staff:
Dr. Sue Weaver, Assistant Professor of Criminal Justice and Title IX Deputy Coordinator
Aaron Building, Room 300
706-245-7227 ext. 2733
Mrs. Joann Harper, Director of Human Resources and Title IX Deputy Coordinator
Aaron Building, Room 203-B
Report sexual misconduct or harassment using our online form.
Join us to renew the vision, expand the mission and strengthen the future for Emmanuel.
We would like to share with you how students, professors, alumni and friends have been blessed by the good things God continues to do through Emmanuel College.
Emmanuel College hosts the 5th Annual Research Symposium on April 17 from 1 to 4 p.m. in the Swails Center as many EC students will share their projects from the year (see schedule).
Coordinators of the symposium are Dr. Brian Peek and Dr. Rihana Mason.
Click here for the most up to date version of Emmanuel College's Student Achievement Report.
President Ron White is challenging all of the Emmanuel College community to fast and pray for Emmanuel for 21 days from February 10 - March 3, 2015. During this time, we are asking God for more of His presence in our midst and for miracles.
Please check this page frequently as we add daily updates, testimonies and discussions on what God is doing.
Helpful Links on Fasting
- Your Personal Guide to Prayer and Fasting by CRU
- When You Fast by Dr. Charles Stanley
- The Forgotten Half of Fasting by Relevant Magazine's Lisa Velthouse
- Fasting: Words from Church History
- Quote 1
- Quote 2
- Video - Spiritual Keys to Fasting by Jentezen Franklin
- Video - Nine Reasons to Fast, Part 1 by Jentezen Franklin
- Video - Nine Reasons to Fast, Part 2 by Jentezen Franklin
- Video - Fasting: Clean Slate by Jentezen Franklin