Undergraduate Admissions

Get all the details on the general admissions requirements for Cambridge College undergraduate students pursuing associate degrees, bachelor's degrees or undergraduate certificates.

You belong at Cambridge College if you aspire to make positive changes in your life, workplace and community. Instead of demanding standardized exam scores, we appreciate your diverse skills and experiences and integrate your real-world expertise into the classroom.

How to Apply

  1. Complete and sign the online application.
  2. Pay the $50 application fee ($100 for international students) by the term start date.
  3. Send official transcripts directly to Cambridge College in a sealed, unopened envelope.  Learn How to Send Transcripts
  4. Fulfill any additional program-specific admissions requirements.
  5. Ensure you have internet access, and a fully functional laptop or desktop computer that can play audio and video and access Microsoft Office (Word, PowerPoint).

Note: Your admission file must be complete and accepted before your financial aid may be awarded, before your transfer credit may be evaluated, and before you may register for classes.

Cambridge College undergraduate admission also requires at least one of the following:

  • Original high school transcript showing graduation or a recognized equivalent such as a General Educational Development (GED) or HiSET certificate
  • Or an affidavit confirming high school program completion in a state-approved homeschool setting.
  • Or, if not required by state law, proof of high school education in a homeschool setting meeting state attendance exemptions
  • Or enrollment in an eligible career pathway program
  • Or proof of passing scores on an approved ability-to-benefit test (such as the Accuplacer Test administered by Cambridge College)
  • Or nine credit hours of Cambridge College course work, applicable toward an undergraduate degree or certificate, completed with grades of B or better. (Non-matriculated students may not receive aid while earning credits.)
  • Or 24 or more credits earned from a regionally or nationally accredited college or university. Note: Official college transcripts are evaluated for transfer credit. Courses not included in an earned associate degree must be earned at a grade of C or better to be eligible for transfer.

Connect with the Admissions Team

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Call Admissions regarding on-campus and hybrid programs: 800-829-4723

Call Admissions regarding online programs: 800-997-1673