Adult Education

   
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Online Application

Continuing Adult Professional Studies and Adult Students in Traditional Programs: Your time is precious, so we have made the application process as straightforward as possible. Because you’ve gained more life experience than a student coming straight to Neumann University from high school, we recognize that some documentation might be more difficult to access. Please follow this stream-lined application process to get you to your degree:

 

Application Requirements

Please check your program-specific requirements below for additional information

 

1. Completed Undergraduate Application

 

2. Official transcripts from all institutions attended, including official high school transcripts (or GED) if no college degree has been earned.

 

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* For Liberal Studies, Organizational Studies and Public Safety Administration, please choose Student Type of "CAPS" on the application. 

 

B.A./B.S. in Liberal Studies: In addition to the items listed above, applicants will have the opportunity to meet and speak with an advisor regarding his/her path to completion.  For initial questions please email Leconeyk@neumann.edu or 610-361-5208.


B.S. in Organizational Studies: In addition to the items listed above, applicants should have 30 college credit hours which include successful completion in English Composition I and II.


B.S. in Public Safety Administration: In addition to the items list above, applicants must have Fire/Police/EMS Certification and have 60 transferrable credit hours either via college credits or through the certifications.

 

**For students over the age of 21 seeking to study in a full-time day program, please choose Student Type of "Adult" on the application.

 

Adult Students in Traditional Programs:
Students over the age of 21 anticipating entrance into a full-time day program do NOT need to submit official ACT or SAT scores.

 

 

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