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**Fall 2018 Financial Clearance**
Important Reminder to Clear any Outstanding Balance by
Sunday, July 1, 2018.

  •  If an account balance remains after July 1st, a “hold” will be entered on your student account, and you will not be able to enroll for the fall semester or receive a residence hall assignment.
  • If you have already enrolled and/or received a hall assignment and have a balance, a “hold” will be entered on your student account the first business day after July 1st.  Your classes will be changed to a “pre-registered” status, and your hall assignment will be removed (if applicable).
  • If the balance still remains at the close of business on Monday, July 30th, your classes will be dropped, and no classes will be reinstated after Thursday, August 23rd.

 If you have questions, please contact the Office of Student Account Services at studentaccounts@cookman.edu.

                                                Sincerely,

                                                           The Office of Student Account Services

 

Important Admissions Information

Thank you for your interest in The Great Bethune-Cookman University!!! 

Bethune-Cookman University seeks to enroll students with the potential and desire to further their intellectual, spiritual and social development.  Each applicant is evaluated individually.  Your academic performance at the high school level is extremely important.  The University also considers the applicant’s character and personality as well as his or her ability and eagerness to achieve a college education.

Undergraduate Admission Criteria

To be considered for admission to Bethune-Cookman University, students must have satisfactorily completed an accredited high school curriculum with a minimum cumulative grade point average of 2.25 or better on a 4.0 scale.  

Coursework at the high-school level should include the following, each with a minimum cumulative grade point average of 2.0:
•    four units of English
•    three units of college preparatory math
•    three units of natural sciences (at least one laboratory)
•    three units of social sciences and history
•    six academic electives