Begin your journey at Messenger College by applying for admissions. Our admissions and enrollment team are ready to serve you and help guide you through the process right up to the first day of class.
Contact an admissions specialist today. Email firstname.lastname@example.org or call 817.554.5950.
Applications received after the dates posted below are considered on a case by case basis. We encourage prospective students to apply early and allow ample time to prepare for the start of a given semester.
Students currently enrolled in their final year of high school studies may be approved for early provisional acceptance with an official transcript showing the current semester of study. All official transripts are required in order to register for classes.
Residential Learning Program (TX Campus)
Early Applicants are eligible to apply for available scholarships. Applications must be recieved by March 1st for the fall semester and October 1st for the spring semester.
Visit our Financial Aid resource page for more information about Messenger College scholarships.
Fall 2021 Semester
Early Admissions opens October 1st and ends March 1st
New students register June 11th - 29th
Late admissions deadline is July 1st
Late registration is open July 16th - 31st
Distance Education Programs (Track B, Track C. and Higher Vision)
Summer & Fall 2020 Semester
Distance Education Students (Online and Higher Vision Programs)
Returning and new students register via populi May 1st - June 1st
Track B and HV Late admissions deadline July 1st
Late registration open for Track B and HV students July 16th - 31st
Track C late admissions deadline August 1st
Track C late enrollment is open August 13th- 31st
Admission to Messenger College is granted to all applicants who meet the College admission requirements and are duly approved by the Messenger College Office of Enrollment Services. Consideration will be given each applicant without regard to race, color, creed, national origin, gender, handicap or age. However, attendance at Messenger College is a privilege and not a right. Any student who does not abide by the standards and regulations of the College may forfeit such a privilege.
Completed application form
Admissions essay (embedded questionnaire in the online application form)
Two references / letters of recommendation (one pastoral reference required, fields embedded in the online application form)
Official high school transcript. (official transcripts are issued and mailed directly from the sending institution to Messenger College)
Official college transcripts from every previous college attended (issued and mailed directly from the sending institution to Messenger College)
Non-refundable application fee of $35
College entrance exam scores (ACT or SAT test - first-time college applicants / students under the age of 22)
Applicants are required to be high school graduates with a satisfactory record of achievement. A “C” average in college preparatory work or standard high school level courses is conventionally considered the minimum.
First time college applicants under the age of 22 will be asked to submit ACT or SAT scores to the College upon application. These scores will be considered in connection with assessment testing for placement purposes in English Composition and Mathematics.
The Academic Office will handle, on an individual basis, those with non-standard and special education high school records.
Applicants who do not have a high school diploma may be admitted if they can provide a GED certificate.
Applicants who were home-schooled must have adequate records or a GED certificate.
Applicants who present unfavorable records may (1) be denied admission, or (2) be admitted with restrictions and on academic warning. This warning may be lifted by meeting satisfactory academic progress at the end of the first semester of enrollment.
International Applicants refer to the academic catalog for additional requirements. Non Degree Seeking applicants can contact the Office of Enrollment Services for any exceptions.