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St. Andrews is different. At St. Andrews, professors know you by name and take the time to work with you. The flexibility of the academic program helps you achieve your goals. (You can even design your own major at St. Andrews.) The technology you need to succeed is available from the minute you step on campus.
Welcome to St. Andrews University!
St. Andrews strives to educate our students to be knowledgeable and imaginative servant-leaders well prepared for a lifetime of learning, leadership, and service in an ever-changing and interdependent world. to be knowledgeable and imaginative
Some large universities are rigid and impersonal. Students are known by a number, classes are held in tremendous lecture halls and that class you needed to finish your degree, well, it was closed out and you can't get in. Now, your four-year program just turned into five years and summer school. And, by the way, all those great computers, well those are reserved for graduate students.
The St. Andrews focus is on YOU. In completing this application, please remember that we want to know you. Sure, your grades and test scores are important, but our real interest is in making sure that you and St. Andrews will be a good match. Please call us at 1(800)763-0198 if you have questions about your application or the University.
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About St. Andrews
St. Andrews University, a branch of Webber International University (Babson Park, Florida), is student and teaching-focused. Located in Laurinburg, North Carolina, a broad range of undergraduate liberal arts and sciences majors are available to both traditional residential students and adult learners, in a curriculum that is global in scope and practical in its application. The quality of the educational experience has been recognized by U.S. News and World Report, The Princeton Review, and GI Jobs among others. In addition to its many academic programs, there are numerous men's and women's athletic teams, an acclaimed university press, a nationally competitive equestrian program, opportunities for international study, and an award-winning pipe band.
St. Andrews accepts both high-ability students and high-potential students. The office of admission seeks to ensure that candidates for admission possess the characteristics and skills necessary for success at St. Andrews. Each candidate's file is evaluated to consider all aspects of the student's record, including, but not limited to: academic assessments, recommendations and personal achievements.
St. Andrews operates on a rolling admission plan and will accept applications as long as space is available. Students are notified of admission as their files are completed and decisions are made.
Students may be considered for both fall and spring semester entry. Summer entry is available for the evening/weekend and online options. Each student should complete the relevant online application for admission and send fees as required by application type. These fees are payable by credit/debit card, check or money order payable to St. Andrews University. Each student should also print, sign and mail the application agreement statement that appears after you submit your application, to the office of admission.
All applicants must request an official high school transcript, as indicated by the high school seal and the signature of an authorized school official, of each high school attended. If any college credit has been earned, official transcripts of all colleges attended, as indicated by the college seal and signature of an authorized college official, are required. St. Andrews requires of Freshmen and Transfer applicants a score report from the Scholastic Assessment Test (SAT I) or the American Testing Assessment Program (ACT). International students may provide either the TOEFL or SAT or ACT. TOEFL is required if English is not the primary language.
For specific requirements and applications see the section below that applies to you.
First-year Freshman Students
First-year freshman students are those who are entering St. Andrews from high school or students with less than 12 semester college credits.
Detailed Directions for Freshman Students
Students with 12 or more semester college credits from a regionally accredited institution are classified as transfer students.
Detailed Directions for Transfer Students
Students who are not US citizens must apply as an international student. You may be considered a freshman or transfer student. Students needing an F-1 Visa for the fall semester must file a complete application by May 1. Students needing an F-1 Visa for the spring semester must file a complete application by October 1.
International applicants are required to use the online version of the application.
Detailed Directions for International Students
Adult Learners (Center for Adult and Professional Studies)
Adult students over the age of 23 with a minimum of 24 college credits OR students with 60 or more college credits and/or an Associate's Degree from a regionally accredited institution are classified as ADULT LEARNERS and are enrolled through the Center for Adult and Professional Studies @ St. Andrews.
Detailed Directions for Adult Learners
A student who previously was admitted, enrolled and attended St. Andrews and subsequently withdrew may seek readmission to the same campus. Students who wish to return to St. Andrews through a different campus option must apply for admission to that campus using the application process for that campus.
Detailed Directions for Readmit Students
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The St. Andrews application is also available as a pdf file if you would prefer to download, print and mail. Please make sure you check to submit the correct application and required documents.
First Year Freshman
Transcript Request Assistance
Forms to request your high school and/or college transcripts be sent to St. Andrews can be found here.
High School Transcript Request
Final High School Transcript Request
College Transcript Request Form
High School Transcripts
Most North Carolina public high schools now have the capability to electronically send official high school transcripts to all 110 North Carolina colleges and
universities through CFNC.org. We encourage you to visit your school counselor to verify coursework and grades prior to requesting an electronic transcript.
To send an electronic transcript, you must:
- Make sure you have entered the following information in your profile and/or CFNC.org online admission application:
- First and Last name - This must match your legal name (use the name that appears on your report card, or check with your high school counselor).
NC Student Number (formerly NC WISE Student ID) - is your North Carolina public high school student identifier number and is only applicable to
North Carolina High School students. Providing the NC Student Number is voluntary and if provided, will give you the opportunity to request your high school
- Current high school (or high school at time of graduation)
- Date of birth
- E-mail address
Be currently enrolled at or graduated from in 2013, a participating public high school in North Carolina that has converted from NC WISE to PowerSchool/HomeBase.
If you are not sure about your school's current status or statusat the time you graduated, check with your school counselor.
As of November 13, 2013, electronic transcripts for some schools are now being processed from NC DPI's new PowerSchool system. Please refer to the
list of schools spreadsheet to see if your school is in a district that has chosen to send from the new
PowerSchool system, or if your school is in a district that has chosen to send from the NC WISE system. The differences are described below.
PowerSchool: This means that currently enrolled students can now send electronic transcripts that contain their current student information from PowerSchool.
Please note there will be a temporary process change for electronic transcripts until later this academic year for students who graduated in summer 2013 or before. NC DPI is in the process of
migrating historical data from NC WISE to PowerSchool. If you graduated in summer 2013 or before, you will need to contact your high school directly to request a transcript.
NC WISE: This means that all currently enrolled students and former students can send electronic transcripts that contain their information from NC WISE. For currently enrolled seniors, please
note that transcripts from NC WISE do not include any courses in which you are currently enrolled (Fall 2013).
Over the next few weeks NC DPI is working to transition all remaining schools to the new PowerSchool system. Please check this message area and the list of schools spreadsheet (link above) for
the latest information.
If these conditions were met when you submitted your CFNC.org online application, you will then be presented with the option to request your high school transcript
be sent electronically to that institution.
If you submitted an online admission application through another website or university portal, we encourage you to request your high school transcript be sent
electronically to that institution from the CFNC Transcript Manager (located under the Apply tab → To College → Transcript Manager).