Memphis/DeSoto Adult Degree Programs Application
We look forward to your application! Be sure to send all required documents so we can quickly review your application for acceptance. If you have any questions during the process, please do not hesitate to contact us via phone Memphis - 901-896-0184 / DeSoto - 662-469-5387 or via e-mail email@example.com / firstname.lastname@example.org.
- STEP 1: Complete the online Application for Admission by selecting your anticipated start date for the campus you will attend.
- STEP 2: Pay the $25 application fee online.
STEP 3: Complete the Transcript Request Form Memphis / DeSoto from each college previously attended. We will submit that to all universities you have attended and pay for the transcript request fee for you.
Additional Items: Your admission representative will work with you to determine what, if any, additional items may be required to present your application package to the Admission Committee. Applicants may be asked to provide any of the following:
• Letters of Recommendation - Memphis / DeSoto
• GMAT or GRE test results
• Personal statements or essays
- Apply for Federal Assistance by filing the Free Application for Federal Assistance (FAFSA). Be sure to list Belhaven as one of the colleges to receive the results of your evaluation. Our code number is 002397. Do not mail the form before January 1 but applying early improves your opportunities for the best aid package.
Once all appropriate information has been submitted your application file will be evaluated by the Admission Committee. Your admission representative will contact you as soon as a decision is made. Once admitted you will be scheduled to start in the next available class.
Notice of Non-Discriminatory Policy as to Student:
Belhaven University does not discriminate in the administration of its education policies, applications for admission, scholarship and loan programs, or athletic and extracurricular programs. The rights, privileges, programs and activities at Belhaven University are made available to all students who are enrolled regardless of sex, religion, color, national origin, handicap or age.