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Benedict College is still accepting applications for August 2013. ALL students are strongly advised to complete an online FAFSA.


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Prospective students are urged to apply early-no later than May 1st for consideration for the Fall Semester or November 1st for the Spring Semester. However, applications are accepted on a space available basis through the end of registration. See the College Catalogue (above tab) for more information.


For more information, contact the Admissions Office by phone: (803) 705-4910 or email.

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The steps listed below will assist prospective students and/or parents through the admissions, financial aid and scholarship processes.  All deposits (cashier’s check/money order) and required forms (housing and health) must be submitted to the Office of Admissions and Student Marketing.  Should you require additional information, please contact the respective departments via telephone or website (links to the left).  For International Students (see International Student Checklist).

Admissions & Student Marketing

 □          Submit Admissions Application and application fee ($25.00)

 □          Submit official transcript [high school and/or college (s)] for an admissions decision

 □          Submit ACT and/or SAT scores

Institutional Scholarships

 □          Return signed scholarship contract (if applicable) to the Office of Institutional Scholarships (maintain a copy for your records)

 □          Contact the Office of Institutional Scholarships for additional information

Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA)

 □          Apply for Personal Identification Number (PIN) - student and parent

 □          Complete and submit the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (www.fafsa.ed.gov) online by March 15 for priority awarding or before June 30 if you are a South Carolina resident for possible state funds

o   Benedict College’s School Code #: 003420

 □          Complete the Entrance Counseling (www.studentloans.gov)

 □          Complete the Master Promissory Note (https://studentloans.gov)

 □          Parents should complete the Parent Loan for Undergraduate Student (PLUS) (https://studentloans.gov)

 □          Contact the Office of Financial Aid to verify receipt of financial aid information and additional documents needed

Upon receipt of your acceptance letter, send the following documents to the Office of Admissions & Student Marketing within 30 days

 □       Health form

 □       Housing application to reserve your space (include $50.00 room deposit – non-refundable)

 □       Admissions Deposit ($50.00 – non-refundable)

 □       Intent to Enroll form upon receipt (May)

 □       Request from your Guidance Counselor/Registrar an official transcript(s) with graduation date and diploma type (document must be received in a sealed envelop

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Contact Information:

Admissions & Student Marketing      (803) 705-4910

Community Life (Residence Halls)      (803) 705-4381

Financial Aid                                         (803) 705-4418

Institutional Scholarships                     (803) 705-4805

Athletics                                                  (803) 705-4784

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Residence Hall Application and Contract

An individual must be admitted to the College before an application for housing can be accepted. The housing application must be renewed each year. During the specified period for renewal of housing applications, the student is expected to review the "Housing Application and Agreement" and, if he/she desires housing and concurs with the terms and conditions, to review and sign the housing application. Signing the agreement constitutes an agreement by the student to comply with the terms and conditions accompanying the housing assignment. For more, see Community Life Student Handbook under Policies and Procedures.

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