Bring your dedication and dreams, we’ll unleash your faith and future.

Multnomah students are passionate people who pursue lives of ambitious faith, purposeful careers, and Christlike change. We understand that God made you in His image with limitless potential to glorify Him and love your neighbor.

Whether you have mapped out your path or are still navigating important decisions, we are here to inspire and equip you to transform your vision and passion into life-changing ministries, organizations, businesses, movements, churches, and lives.

Our professors will enrich and support your learning and growth. You will have peers and mentors to encourage your pursuit of Christ-likeness, sharpen your skill set for your career, and cultivate your thriving faith.

In our community, you’ll find fellow brothers and sisters in Christ who are joyful about serving the Lord, digging into Scripture, and discovering opportunities for the gospel in any career. Wherever your journey takes you after you leave, you’ll always have a place to call home.

Requirements

Fall Priority Application Deadline: August 1

Spring Priority Application Deadline: December 1

Fill out your MU application

This non-refundable fee is to be paid online when the application is submitted.

This form is to be completed by the applicant’s minister, youth minister or spiritual mentor, or another Christian adult who knows the student well. It cannot be completed by a relative.

This should include at least the junior year (or GED Score Report) from your high school. It should be a sealed document sent directly from your high school to Multnomah University. If you have not yet graduated, please also submit a final transcript upon graduation.

Homeschool: If you do not have an official transcript, you may submit your General Education Development (GED) test scores OR a  signed parental statement  indicating that you have fulfilled the homeschool requirements for your state  AND a written transcript  for grades 9-12 identifying each course you took, the grades you received, and your graduation date. Multnomah provides a free transcript template as a courtesy to our homeschooled applicants.

Students applying to Multnomah must have graduated from high school or earned an equivalent degree (GED) with a minimum 2.5-grade point average (GPA).

Though we do not require SAT/ACT scores for admission, we do accept them if you’ve taken either of the tests!

You may use the codes below when viewing your SAT/ACT scores in order to have them sent to Multnomah University.

SAT Code: 4496

ACT Code: 3476

 

Tuition & Financial Aid

If you need help paying for your education, you’re not alone. Multnomah University offers a wide array of scholarships, grants, and awards designed to help you pay for your education and reach your fullest potential as a student. Learn more about our tuition and financial aid.

FAQS

We are accredited through the Northwest Commission on Colleges and Universities and the Association of Theological Schools. This valuable distinction enables our “Bible university” model to provide a safe community for intellectually-curious Christians. Read more about our accreditation.

Multnomah is an inter-denominational Christian school, welcoming believers from all backgrounds. In our Doctrinal Statement, we outline how important this status is to Multnomah, our students, and how we prepare our graduates for a life of faithful service.

If you do not have an official transcript, you may submit your General Education Development (GED) test scores OR a signed parental statement indicating that you have fulfilled the home school requirements for your state AND a written transcript for grades 9-12 identifying each course you took, the grades you received, and your graduation date. Multnomah provides a free transcript template as a courtesy to our home-schooled applicants.

To be as inclusive and accommodating as possible, we do accept limited credits from unaccredited Bible colleges. For more information about this, please contact the Admissions Office.

We have several upcoming dates for visitors—and several visit options to fit your specific questions and your schedule.

Requests to audit courses are reviewed and approved by the Office of the Registrar. Please refer to the Office of the Registrar page for more information.

“If you want to study the Bible, Psychology, Business, or even if you don't know, come explore what God placed in your heart. Step into what you're passionate about.”

Hannah Dewing '19, Bible and Theology, Summit Program

Questions for Admissions?

We are here to help you explore Multnomah and all that it has to offer you. We are also available to assist with any additional questions you have about the admissions process. Call or text us at (503) 251-6485 or email admissions@multnomah.edu

Undergrad Prospective Student Viewbook

Explore our Undergrad Viewbook to learn more about the university and what MU is like for our students.