Application Information and Checklist

Applicants please note the following:

  1. Send all materials to: Gillett Hall, "Admissions Office", 225 E. Main St., Mesa, AZ 85201.
  2. A personal interview with an admissions counselor is generally advisable and occasionally required.
  3. Official transcripts bearing the signature of the registrar and the institutional sealmust be issued by direct mail or electronically from the institution to Benedictine University at Mesa's Gillett Hall. Transcripts must arrive in either a sealed envelope or be submitted electronically to transcripts@ben.edu (Freshman or Transfer students) for transcripts to be considered official.
  4. You will be considered for admission as soon as all of your credentials are received.
  5. You may be required to submit a personal statement prior to an admission decision. Your admissions counselor will provide more information.
  6. All documents submitted become property of Benedictine University at Mesa and will not be released to the student or any third-party.
  7. Students with a documented physical or mental disability may be eligible for special accommodations through the Americans with Disabilities Act. Please contact mesasuccesscenter@ben.edu for more information.
  8. Please contact the Student Success Center by phone at (630) 829-6512 for more information.

Applicants please review checklist:

  • Application for admission and $40 application fee (non-refundable)
  • Official and sealedtranscripts from ALL colleges in which you previously enrolled
  • Official high school transcripts for FRESHMAN applicants only*
  • Official copy of ACT, SAT or TOEFL Test Scores* (if on official transcript from high school, scores are considered official)
  • Recommendation form completed by your high school counselor for FRESHMAN applicants only
  • Foreign credit must be evaluated by Educational Credential Evaluators (ECE) at www.ece.org. A form is available in Gillett Hall. "Subject Analysis" of transfer credit is required and prepared by this firm.

* High school transcripts and (ACT or SAT) test scores required for transfer students with less than 20 transferrable semester hours.

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