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Freshman

A high school graduate who has not attended a post-secondary institution and all college credits, if any, were completed prior to high school graduation. Visit the Admissions website for more information

Prospective Service Members and Veterans (Undergraduate): Roger Burke (burkerj@jmu.edu) or Anna Boley (owensav@jmu.edu) - Admissions Counselors in the Admissions Office. Assists veterans with the admissions process. Please visit this website for more information: http://www.jmu.edu/admissions/contact/military.shtml

Upward Bound (located at Concord University) provides assistance to eligible veterans with the enrollment and completion of a program through post-secondary education. They offer ACT/SAT preparation, mentoring, peer tutoring, financial aid awareness and college admission assistance for free. They also offer individualized classes and refresher courses online or in person at various locations in WV and VA. Please click on the link for more information: Welcome Letter, Upward Bound Flyer, Upward Bound Brochure. Website - https://www.concord.edu/veterans/node/10 


Transfer

A student who has completed or is in the process of completing at least 24 hours of college-level course work post-high school. Visit the Admissions website for more information

Prospective Service Members and Veterans (Undergraduate): Roger Burke (burkerj@jmu.edu) or Anna Boley (owensav@jmu.edu) - Admissions Counselors in the Admissions Office. Assists veterans with the admissions process. Please visit this website for more information: http://www.jmu.edu/admissions/contact/military.shtml 


 Adult Degree Program

Candidate should be at least 25 years old, have 30 transferable credit hours, and a "C" or better overall grade point average. Visit the Adult Degree Program website for more information.

 


Non-Degree Seeking Students/Certificate Programs/Licensure

For more information about these types of admissions, including how to apply, please see the Outreach and Engagement website.

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