Undergraduate Checklist

You may apply to Pensacola Christian College any time during your junior year of high school or thereafter. A “rolling admissions” policy is followed which means we accept qualified candidates, as they apply, until all available spaces are filled. It is advisable to apply early, even though there is no application deadline.

The College accepts a limited number of students in grades 11–12 who wish to attend Pensacola Christian Academy as residence hall boarding students.

Note: You will need Adobe Reader to view and print the downloadable forms. If you do not have Adobe Reader, you can download the latest version from Adobe.


Complete the Undergraduate Application.

Online Application


Complete a Transcript Request, and mail it to the high school from which you graduated.

If you have not yet graduated, request the high school to send a transcript of your course work completed up until the current semester. If you have passed the GED, you must have an official copy sent directly from the GED test center to the Director of Admissions. Also, if you expect to transfer credits from another college to Pensacola Christian College, mail a completed Transcript Request to your former college.


Complete the Recommendation forms.

Complete the Recommendations request.


Request official copies of your ACT, SAT, or CLT scores to be sent to the Director of Admissions.

You can do this automatically by specifying PCC’s ACT number 0707 or SAT number 5970 or choosing PCC from the list of CLT colleges when you register for these tests.


Complete the Medical Form.


Complete an online Work Assistance application, if interested, or download and print the application, or request the application and complete.

Note: More information on Student Employment Opportunities and Financial Aid is available on the Financial Information page.

If you have applied for Work Assistance, also fill out an online AVA, if you haven't already, or wait for an AVA to be mailed to you with your requested Work Assistance Application.


Apply for scholarships if you qualify.

Contact your Enrollment Advisor to sign up for scholarships.