Office of Admissions
Welcome to the Office of Admissions at Ancilla College!
Our Enrollment Process
We believe in YOU at Ancilla College.
We take on a personal investment in each of our students from start to finish in your experience here. From helpful admission staff who will guide you through all the necessary steps to our expert faculty who are invested in helping our students attain their life and career goals. We don’t talk about how we are committed to growing, challenging, and preparing our students for their next steps, we SHOW you through interactive classroom experiences, customized internships and externships, and so much more. YOUR success is OUR priority.
Are you ready to go where YOU want to? Take your next steps with us!
Our application process is simple. See how to get started below:
- 1. Complete the Application
- 2. Apply for Financial Aid
- 3. Complete Placement Testing
- 4. Enrollment Deposit
- 5. On Campus Housing
- 6. Register for Classes
- 7. Pay for Classes
Step 1: Complete the Application
Complete the Ancilla College Application and submit your high school (and college if attended) transcripts.
Priority application deadline for Fall 2019 is March 1, 2019; final application deadline is August 4, 2019.
Ancilla College applicants may apply online or request a paper application and are encouraged to apply as early as possible.
Your academic credentials are evaluated by our Admissions Team. Please refer to the following links for the appropriate general admissions requirements:
- High School & Home School Students
- GED Students
- Transfer Students
- Returning Students
- International Students
- Early Bird Students
The following programs also have additional program admission requirements:
- Nursing/LPN to RN Bridge
- Veterinary Nursing
If you need assistance with any part of this process, contact the Ancilla College Office of Admissions via email at email@example.com or call (574) 936-8898 ext. 330.
Enrollment Management Office
PO Box 1
Donaldson, IN 46513
Step 2: Apply for Financial Aid by completeing the FAFSA
The FAFSA application is available online at www.fafsa.gov. Ancilla College’s school code is 001784.
Priority Deadline: March 1st
Final Deadline to be eligibile for every financial aid opportunity: April 15th
All students interested in receiving any type of financial assistance, including loans, athletic scholarships, and Indiana grants, must complete the FAFSA (Free Application for Federal Student Aid).
To be considered for an Indiana State Grant, and most other forms of state and federal financial aid, the FAFSA must be filed by midnight (CST) April 15th of the year prior to the academic year in which you plan to attend (e.g. April 15, 2020 for Fall 2020 semester).
If you have not filed a FAFSA please do so, even after the deadline, and contact us for information on what grants may still apply to you.
Step 3: Complete placement testing
Contact the Student Success Center at (866) ANCILLA (extension 302) or firstname.lastname@example.org to schedule an appointment.
The purpose of a placement test is to determine a student’s entry level in reading, writing and math. The tests are given in the Student Success Center (Room C204). The test assesses your basic academic skills in reading, writing, math, and computer literacy. Placement tests are important. Based on your educational goals, an adviser will use the results of this test to help place you in the appropriate student success or college level courses.
Students will receive a copy of their test results and students’ advisors will discuss the results with them as well as assist them in selecting classes based on their placement. Students who have taken the SAT or ACT exams may request those scores be used for course placement. Free guides to placement testing can be found here.
Step 4: Pay your $100 enrollment deposit
Your enrollment deposit confirms your place in the incoming class and acts as your official acceptance to Ancilla. You can conveniently pay online here.
We are so excited you’ve chosen Ancilla College!
Please note that enrollment deposits are fully refundable before May 1st, 2020.
Step 5: Complete the On Campus Housing Application & Deposit
Ancilla College is committed to providing all students with a comprehensive educational experience. There are numerous educational and social benefits for students living in the residence halls that may not be realized by those living off campus. With this understanding, Ancilla College requires all students admitted to the college to live in a college residence hall and carry a meal plan.
Students may be exempt from the requirement to live in the residence halls if they reside locally with a parent, legal guardian, dependent child, or spouse; or if they are 21 years of age on or before the start of the fall semester of their entering year. “Locally” is defined as within the counties of Marshall, Kosciusko, Fulton, Pulaski, Starke, St. Joseph or Elkhart. To request an exception other than local, complete the attached form, accompanied by a written statement of parental consent, and email to: email@example.com before August 1st of the fall semester or January 1st of the spring semester.
Step 6: Register for Classes
Meet with your academic advisor to discuss your educational goals and receive help in completing your class schedules. Students who are unsure of their educational goals can receive help from advisors to determine a college concentration and career goal.
Students must see their academic advisor prior to registration each semester. Advisors will help students determine appropriate level courses and a schedule of days and times.
Step 7: Pay for Classes
Current tuition and fees are listed here. All semester balances must be paid in full prior to the first day of classes. Ancilla College does not offer payment plans. Financial aid students should verify their funding through the Financial Aid Office. Be sure to have your financial aid in order four weeks prior to the start of the semester to avoid a delay in funding.
Please contact us or just stop in and say hi – we are here to help!
Hours: Monday through Friday, 8 a.m. – 4:30 p.m.
Phone: 574.936.8898 ext. 330