How To Apply – New / First Time Students

Undergraduate Students

 
Prospective students are encouraged to schedule an appointment with a Martin Enrollment Advisor to begin the admissions process.  Walk-in appointments are also welcomed.
 
Prospective students will be required to provide the following information to begin the admissions process.

 

Apply

Complete an application.

Identification
Prospective students will be required to provide 2 forms of valid identification.  See the list below for examples of accepted forms for identification.
 
  1. State issued driver's license
  2. Federal or State issued identification card (including photo)
  3. School ID (including photo)
  4. U.S. Military ID
  5. U.S. Passport
  6. Permanent Resident or Alien Registration Receipt Card
  7. Foreign Passport (containing I-551 notation)
  8. Employment Authorization Document (including photo)
  9. Social Security Card
  10. Voter's Registration Card
Proof of Graduation
Prospective students will be required to provide proof of graduation from an accredit high school or GED program.  Click here to download a Transcript Request Form.
 
Prospective students that have completed an associate's degree at an accredited college or university must provide proof of graduation.  Click here to download a Transcript Request Form.
 
Standardized Test Scores
Prospective students are required to provide ONE of the sets of test requirements:
 

1.  Minimum ACT test scores

Math

18

English

18

 

2.  Minimum SAT test scores

Math

490

Critical Reading

480

 
3.  Martin University Accuplacer Scores and Placement

English (Reading):

0-38

HSE/College Readiness

 

39-70

0 Level Course

 

71-120

English 101 College Reading

English (Writing):

0-52

HSE/College Readiness

 

53-82

0 Level Course

 

82-120

ENG 110 College Writing

Math Placement (Arithmetic):

0-31

HSE/College Readiness

 

32-59

0 Level

 

60-112

MAT 100 College Math for Liberal Arts

 

112-120

131 Intermediate Algebra

**Note:The Accuplacer is administered at Martin University at no cost to the applicant.  Applicants are not permitted to test more than once in a 90 day period.

 

4.   Ability to Benefit (ATB) Alternative Passing Scores:

Reading Comprehension

55

Sentence Structure

60

Arithmetic

34

ATB applicants have 2 re-take opportunities (the initial test and 14 days thereafter).  If on the second attempt a prospective student DOES NOT meet the minimum score requirements, applicant must wait 3 months to re-test. 

 

 

Prospective Students

New Undergraduate Students
New Graduate Students
Returning Students
Re-Entering Students
Military/Veteran Students

 

Application Fee
Prospective students are required to provide a $25 application fee.
 
The Martin University Student Services Department  will assist you in completing the admissions process.  Call or e-mail us today to schedule your appointment.
 
admissions@martin.edu
317.543.3235