Early Admission

Do you want to take classes at Multnomah University while you're still in high school? Our Early Admission Program allows qualified students an opportunity to study at Multnomah while still completing their high school degree!

In order to qualify for this program, applicants must have completed their junior year of high school and received a satisfactory score on the SAT. Applicants who already have completed their senior year of high school are not eligible. Furthermore, students must receive grades of "C" or better to remain in this program.

Application Procedures for Early Admission

  • Obtain Multnomah University's application for admission and two recommendation forms (one for your pastor and one for your high school principal or counselor). For more information, please contact the Admissions Office at 1.800.275.4672 or admissions@multnomah.edu.
  • Complete the application and return it to the Admissions Office with the required $40 application fee. Also, have the two reference forms completed and sent to the Admissions Office.
  • Request a copy of your high school transcript be sent to Multnomah.
  • Request a copy of SAT scores to be sent to Multnomah. Be sure to use our school's code number of 4496.
  • The applicant will be contacted usually within one week of receiving the completed application. The deadline is August 1 for entrance to the fall semester and December 1 for the spring semester.
  • Early admission students must provide proof of health insurance.
  • Only one course each semester is offered to students in the Early Admission Program: Pentateuch in the fall semester and Gospels in the spring semester.
  • Students with good standing in this program are admitted automatically to the university upon graduation from high school. All additional transcripts must be received before university enrollment.

Cost and Credit

  • Early admission students are limited to a maximum of 8 total credits for the year, and the tuition is $140.00 per credit.
  • Credit during early admission may be applied to degree programs at Multnomah University without additional charge.
  • Credit earned during early admission may be transferred to other colleges or universities after paying regular tuition and fees. (Amount due based on rates charged at the time the course was taken at MU.)
  • After completing 60 semester hours (two years) at MU, a student may transfer the hours taken during early admission without additional payment.