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Credentials necessary for admission to the online program are a completed online application and official transcripts from all colleges previously attended. The Admissions Office, in some cases, may also need high school transcripts, ACT or SAT scores, police and military training transcripts.

McMurry’s online program is designed for the non-traditional/working adult over the age of 24. If you wish to complete undergraduate coursework as an adult student, you may apply as one of the following:

  • Adult Freshman Student – Freshman students are those who have not previously attended college and who have graduated from an accredited high school, completed the GED or have been homeschooled and can prove competency through the 12th grade level.
    • Official high school transcripts or GED test scores are required for admission showing class rank and graduation date posted. Submit official ACT or SAT score report if under the age of 22.
  • Adult Transfer Student – Transfer students are those who have been or are enrolled at a regionally accredited college or university.
    • Submit an official and complete set of transcripts from each college or university attended. Official transcripts must be recently requested from each previous schools and transcripts older than 1 year will not be accepted. Those who have completed fewer than 24 hours of college credit must submit an official, final high school transcript and ACT or SAT if under the age of 22.
  • Adult Re-Admit Requirements – Adults students who have previously attended McMurry University must provide an official transcript from all schools attended since leaving McMurry. Current McMurry University traditional students who wish to pursue a degree in the online program must be at least 24 years old and not have been enrolled at McMurry for the last two long semesters.

Military/Veteran students must submit official transcripts from their military service school: Community College of the Air Force (CCAF) or Joint Service Transcripts (JST).

Prospective students who feel that they would be successful in this program but do not meet the admission requirements are invited to appeal. 

The University reserves the right to deny admission to any student whose record indicates that she/he may not be a successful participant in the educational program or whose conduct as a whole is viewed by the university to be inconsistent with its goals, standards and/or ideals. McMurry University reserves the right to determine which transfer courses meet the requirements and standards of the college.

Need more information?

If you would like more information, please contact one of our financial aid counselors at 325-793-4713, 800-460-2392 Ext. 4713 or financialaid@mcm.edu For email communication please include McMurry University Online Programs, in the subject line.  

By mail:

McMurry University
Financial Counselor
1 McMurry University #908
Abilene, TX 79697