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Applying for Admission to Reinhardt University

By choosing Reinhardt, you will benefit from our convenient locations and class times, our expert professors who value your life experiences, and our friendly, supportive atmosphere.

If you are applying to a degree program listed below which is taught at one of our extended sites -- at Reinhardt's North Fulton Center or in Marietta or Cartersville -- or to the WAIT (Working Adults Into Teaching) education program, your application process is linked below.  For main campus/Waleska admissions information >

Admissions Procedures for Associate Degrees:

  • Criminal Justice

Admissions Procedures for Bachelor Degrees (Degree Completion Programs) :

  • Business -  General Business Studies (GBS) 
    • Organizational Management and Leadership (OML)
  • Criminal Justice  - Bachelor of Criminal Justice (BCJ) - Online
  • Public Safety: Organizational Management and Leadership- Public Safety Leadership (PSL)
    • Criminal Justice (online)
  • Healthcare: Healthcare Administration (BHA) - Online
  • Education: Working Adults into Education (WAIT)

Transfer/Articulation Agreements - call 770-720-9191 for information

Experiential Learning Credit Process - call 770-720-9191 for information

Should you have additional questions regarding any of these programs except the BCJ or WAIT, please contact Ray Schumacher at 770-720-5922 or res@reinhardt.edu

For information regarding the online Bachelor of Criminal Justice, BCJ, please contact Cindy Lawson at 770-720-5754 or cml@reinhardt.edu

For information regarding the WAIT program, please contact Christopher Bryan at 770-720-5903 or CAB@reinhardt.edu

Admissions decisions are not based on religion, race, creed, color, gender, marital status, or national origin. Admission to Reinhardt University does not guarantee admissions to a specific degree program, such as teacher education or music. See individual degree programs for admission requirements.