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PCC’s Enrollment Process

PCC's Enrollment Process

With our simple, 4-step admissions process, your journey at PCC can begin today. Become part of a community that is driven and dedicated to help you succeed. We look forward to your application!

What You’ll Need to Apply:

  • Personal Information
  • Educational Background
  • $50 Non-refundable Application Fee
  • $125 Reservation Deposit
Apply Admission

What You’ll Need for Admittance:

  • Official High School Transcript or GED
  • Official ACT/CLT/SAT Scores
  • Official TOEFL Scores
  • Admissions Essay
College Code Minimum Score
ACT 0707 18
SAT 5970 960
TOEFL 5970 Internet-​based:
61 (15 per section)
15 per section
GED Pass

To make your transition to college easier, check out our financial aid options!

To reserve your spot on campus, a $125 Reservation Deposit is required. This can be paid through the Applicant Portal.

*Because of federal law, PCC is required to give first-priority jobs for U.S. citizens. However, if jobs are still available (and usually they are), we will be able to provide you with an on-campus job. **The United States Citizenship and Immigration Service will not permit international students to be employed in the United States off campus to meet their financial obligations.
Attend Admission

What to Submit Before You Attend:

  • Payment for one semester’s tuition, room and board, and fees.*
  • Proof of transportation
  • Completed Immunization Records
  • Completed Medical Screening Form
  • Statement of Financial Responsibility
  • Power of Attorney (under age 18)
  • Rock Climbing/FlowRider Waiver (under age 18)
  • Student Disclosure Statement (under age 18)
  • Copy of your passport
  • Proof of financial support
  • English Placement Exam (offered online or on campus)
*If the international student is not granted admission, the prepaid tuition, room and board, fees, and transportation payments are refundable.
Your Form I-20 will not be sent until PCC has received all of your necessary paperwork and the payment for your first-semester tuition and fees. United States immigration regulations mandate that no international student should travel to the U.S. without receiving his official letter of acceptance and Form I-20.



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Below you’ll find answers to the questions we get asked the most about applying for undergraduate study.

You may apply to Pensacola Christian College anytime during the junior or senior year of high school or thereafter. Pensacola Christian College follows a "rolling admissions" policy, meaning 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.

An applicant who falls below either of these standards may be considered for provisional acceptance by the Academic Admissions Committee. Since ACT/CLT/SAT scores aren’t the only factor in acceptance, please go ahead and submit your application.

Medical insurance is not required for admission, but may be necessary if off-campus medical care is necessary. Many students are covered on their parents’ policies.
The Graf Clinic, staffed by medical professionals with Baptist Medical Group of Pensacola, is available to all students and provides health care during regular clinic hours for minor illnesses and injuries. After-hours health needs and serious illnesses or injuries are referred to off-campus medical facilities associated with one of three area hospitals.

When you get here, you’ll find people ready to help almost wherever you go—from the front gate to your residence hall. You’ll also see maps around campus showing you where you are. When you make your way to the first floor of the Academic Center, you’ll check in and get a personalized schedule, plus watch a short video explaining what to do next.
You can also look in the PCC Student Handbook to see more about checking in, registering for classes, and getting settled on campus. Of course, your admissions counselor is always happy to answer any questions you might have.