- Complete the online application.
- Determine the email address you will use for your EMU correspondence. Make sure it remains active – we’ll use it to communicate important next steps.
Send high school transcript
- Request your official transcripts be sent to EMU from your high school counseling office. Courses must be completed through the junior year. If you have a GED, please send a copy of your certificate.
Send transcripts for college or university transfer credit
- Mail official transcripts from each college or university you have attended to EMU. Include any college-level courses taken while attending high school.
Get your financial aid and scholarships!
- Access the Free Application for Federal Student Aid as early as October 1.
- Complete the FAFSA and submit it to the processing center by March 1, listing EMU as an institution to receive that information. EMU’s federal code is 003708.
- You will be notified of your eligibility for financial assistance after receiving an offer of admission. For information on scholarships, visit our scholarship page or call your EMU admissions counselor at 1-800-368-2665.
Beginning March 2020, EMU waived its test score requirement for fall 2020 admission
and subsequent enrollment semesters (including spring 2021 and fall 2021). EMU continues
to thoroughly review a student’s application, transcript(s), and any additional supporting
application materials to make an admission decision. If more information is needed,
your admissions counselor will reach out to you and let you know about the additional
steps. Certain scholarships/grants may still have a test score requirement; in these
instances, it will be specifically noted on the scholarship application.
Students may still submit SAT/ACT scores for consideration in the application review process through the test source (SAT/College Board code: 5181; ACT code: 4348).