Sending Transcripts and Test Scores
Along with submitting an application to your top college choices, you will also need to send each college or university official copies of your school transcripts and ACT and/or SAT test scores. Submitting this documentation is an important part of the admissions process. The colleges use it to make an admission decision and potentially to determine your merit scholarships award. Below is a list of where to send your transcripts and test scores for each accredited Adventist college and university, as well as some additional tips for the process.
High school counselors and registrars: See table below when student requests transcripts or test scores sent to Adventist colleges or universities in North America. Or click here to view/print the full list.
Have your transcripts sent after your junior year.
You can request your transcripts sent after you complete your junior year in high school and most of the colleges will use this to make a conditional admission decision. The decision is conditional because the college will still need to receive a final copy of your completed high school transcript showing you meet the admission requirements for your admission to be final. (If you are applying to Kettering College, wait until you complete the first semester of your senior year to send your transcript.) Click here to get the Transcript Request and Recommendation form.
Make your transcripts official.
It’s best to have transcripts sent directly from the high school registrar’s office to the college admissions office in a sealed envelope. If you have them sent early in your senior year, you may need to request them again upon completion of high school. See table below for addresses on where to have your transcripts sent.
Send test scores when registering for the ACT or SAT.
You can designate which colleges receive your test scores at the time you register to take the ACT or SAT (see codes for each school in the table below), or submit them anytime after the test by going here for ACT or here for SAT.
Verify receipt of your transcripts and test scores.
It’s a good idea to check with each college 2-3 weeks after you request your test scores and transcripts sent to be sure they have received them. Resubmit if necessary, and continue checking in until all necessary documentation has been received.
Know where to send your transcripts and test scores.
Click here to download/print the Transcript Request and Recommendation Form.
|Adventist University of Health Sciences||
Office of Enrollment Services
SAT Code: 3614
SAT Code: 1030
|Burman University (formerly Canadian University College)||
Office of Admission
SAT Code: 0914
|Kettering College of Medical Arts||
SAT Code: 0602
|La Sierra University||
Office of Admissions & Records
SAT Code: 4380
|Loma Linda University||Loma Linda University only accepts students who transfer from other colleges or who have already completed a bachelor’s degree. No freshmen are accepted. You may learn more at www.llu.edu.|
SAT Code: 1586
|Pacific Union College||
SAT Code: 4600
|Southern Adventist University||
Office of Admissions
SAT Code: 1727
|Southwestern Adventist University||
Office of Admissions
SAT Code: 6671
SAT Code: 6865
|Walla Walla University||
SAT Code: 4940
|Washington Adventist University||
Washington Adventist University
SAT Code: 5890