These items must be submitted in order for your Admissions Counselor to present you to the Acceptance Committee.
1) A completed and signed Application for Admission and Community Agreement
2) $50 Application Fee
Please note: the Application Fee may be waived by submission of one of the following: a College Examination Board Waiver Form or a letter requesting a waiver from a high school guidance counselor. To pay this online, click here.
3) Official SAT or ACT Examination scores
Either the Scholastic Assessment Test of the College Examination Board (SAT) or American College Testing Program Assessment (ACT) is required of all applicants to the freshman class and transfer students who have earned less than 12 semester hours of college credit. If five or more years have passed since high school graduation, this requirement may not be applicable.
Our school code should be placed on the exam in order for Warner Pacific to receive your scores as soon as they are made available.
SAT college code: 4595
ACT college code: 3486
4) Official transcripts
For incoming freshman students and transfer students with fewer than 12 semester credits, an official high school transcript sent directly from your high school (or test scores from the General Education Development Test (GED)) are required of all applicants to the freshman class and transfer students who have earned fewer than 12 semester hours of credit.
5) For transfer students: an official transcript from each college or university attended
Warner Pacific College advises the use of the following international credential evaluation service:
6) An official score report of the Test of English as a Foreign Language (TOEFL).
Information on this test can be obtained at www.toefl.org. A minimum score of 71 for Internet-based tests, 195 for computer-based tests, or 550 for paper-based tests are required for admission.
7) Provide evidence of adequate financial support.
This must be done by submitting the Warner Pacific College International Student Financial Support Verification Form.
8) A personal interview and/or references may be required of selected students.