Special Admission Statuses
Reinhardt University offers a variety of special admission plans to suit the needs of our entering students. For more information about special admission, contact the admissions office.
If you have attended Reinhardt in the past, but have been away from the College for one or more semesters (excluding summer), you must submit an application for readmission. Contact the admissions office to request a readmission application.
If you have attended other institutions as a transfer student since leaving Reinhardt, you must also submit official transcripts from each of those institutions.
If you are seeking a degree at another institution, but want to temporarily enroll at Reinhardt, you will be considered as a transient student. To apply, you should submit an application for admission, noting your transient status, along with the $25 application processing fee. You can apply online or contact the admissions office to request a paper application. Also submit a letter of good standing from your home institution.
Transient approval is determined on a semester by semester basis by the admissions office.
Non-degree Seeking Students
You may attend Reinhardt as a non-degree seeking student in any class for which you have the necessary prerequisites. To apply, you should submit an application for admission, noting your non-degree seeking status, along with the $25 application processing fee. You can apply online or contact the admissions office to request a paper application.
You may complete up to 15 semester hours as a non-degree seeking student.
If you wish to seek regular admission to Reinhardt after attending as a non-degree seeking student, you must submit appropriate transcripts and apply for admission as a degree seeking student.
*Applicants who do not meet the minimum requirements for admission will be reviewed by the Admissions Committee.
Admission decisions are not based on religion, race, creed, color, gender, marital status, or national origin. Admission to Reinhardt University does not guarantee admission to a specific degree program, such as teacher education or music. See individual degree programs for admission requirements.