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Application for Admission

 
Lordland College’s academic programs are open to students of all who meet the standard requirements for admissions. Lordland College does not discriminate on the basis of sex, race, color, national or ethnic origin in the administration of educational policies, admission policies, scholarships, or any other programs or activities.

* General Admission Procedure

Lordland College is an institution that strives to bring to its campus students who are committed to personal and intellectual growth. The college welcomes applications from students who will contribute to, as well as benefit from, the college experience; who are creative, motivated, self disciplined and committed to Christian learning.

* Application Procedures

Applications for admission to the Lordland College may be submitted at any time. However, the actual start of classes must coincide with the start of each semester. The admission advisor will assist the student in developing a schedule of classes each year.
The prospective student wishing to apply for classes should contact the Admissions Office for an application and for information concerning enrollment. The prospective student must request that official transcripts be sent from all previous colleges attended.
These transcripts must be official, must be sent to the admissions office at the college. Each applicant is advised that many institutions require several weeks to process a request to issue a transcript. The College understands that for some international applicants, unofficial transcripts are difficult to obtain. If unofficial transcripts are unavailable, notarized copies are acceptable.
After the application materials have been completed and submitted, and transcripts received by the college, residents applicants should schedule an interview with the Dean of the school according to the school to which he or she is applying. Following the interview, the evaluation committee will receive the results of the interview and all admission materials to determine the admissibility of the applicant.
If the applicant is accepted for admission, an acceptance letter will be sent to the applicant with an enrollment date. The student may enroll on that date or after that date and begin study at the college. If the applicant is not accepted the admissions office will send a letter to the applicant informing him or her of the decision, stating why the qualifications are deficient. A remedial plan is usually offered to encourage the student to continue in his or her quest for knowledge.

* Application Acknowledgment

Student applicants may expect to receive acknowledgment of their applications within three weeks of filing an application.
Lordland College advises prospective students that they must supply complete and accurate information on the application for admission and on all other college forms.
Further, applicants must submit authentic and official transcripts of all previous academic work attempted as well as all records of military and vocational training. Transcripts will be evaluated and credit will be given, as appropriate, in accordance with the college’ transfer credit and assessment of prior training policy. Failure to file complete, accurate and authentic application documents may result in denial of admission, cancellation of academic credit, suspension, or expulsion.
A transcript is official if: (a) it is sent directly from the school of origin to the office of admissions and records at Lordland College, (b) bears the official seal of the school of origin and the custodian of record’ signature and (c) is approved after being reviewed by Lordland College’ office of admissions and records.
The responsibility for assuring that official transcripts reach the office of admissions and records rests with the applicant. All transcripts submitted to Lordland College become the property of the college. The Office of Admissions and Records will not provide copies. Unofficial transcripts will be accepted for preliminary evaluation; however, official transcripts must be on file before official admission to a degree or certificate program will be granted to qualified applicants.

* Program

1. A copy of the applicant’s High School Diploma or G.E.D. Certificate
2. Official High School transcripts showing a minimum cumulative GPA of 2.50.
3. A Letter of recommendation.
4. Photograph

The application form and other materials can be obtained from the admissions office. They may be requested by phone, mail, or downloaded via the internet. The mailing address and phone/ fax numbers are:

Lorldand College Admissions Office
1125 East 17th Street, N-160
Santa Ana, California 92701
Tel: (714)285-9191, (213)800-1171, (213)700-0886 Fax: (714)285-9192
E-mail: lordlandcollege@hotmail.com
 
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