The application deadline for the fall semester is May 1st, and November 1st for spring. Applications are accepted on a rolling basis. Late applications are considered on a case-by-case basis.

At this time the college has offered admission to the maximum number of *male candidates* that can be admitted without the risk of going over capacity in the residence hall. For this reason, a waitlist has been established. Should you choose to complete your application, which we strongly encourage you to do so, and your credentials meet the requirements for admission, you will be placed on a waitlist. 

From the waitlist, candidates are chosen to fill vacancies which may exist when it is apparent how many of the currently accepted students enroll. It is probable that some students will be accepted from the waitlist before the end of July, but there is a possibility that waitlisted students will not be reconsidered for on-campus admission until early November for the Spring 2020 semester.  

Should you choose to continue with the application process, gain acceptance, and live in a state where distance learning is available (please see the list below) we would strongly encourage you to consider being a distance-learner. Doing so should space not become available on campus, will allow you to begin some courses while you wait.