University description (as per official university website)
Weíve designed a comprehensive and personalized application process to help you with your educational aspirations. Start by knowing what's ahead of you by gathering all the admissions information you can find. When you are ready to apply at a Brown Mackie College location, youíll be matched with an admissions representative who will provide you with the information you need, discuss your career interests and goals, and guide you through the admissions process.
To be considered for admission, you must provide official documentation of graduation from an accredited high school or a state-approved secondary education curriculum, or documentation of high school graduation equivalency.
Your previous educational records and career interests are taken into consideration in determining your suitability for the program youíre interested in pursuing. You can request that credits from a prior accredited college, university, or technical or business college be considered for transfer.
Why wait? Get started now by submitting the Request Information Form on this Web site or by directly contacting the Admissions Department at your Brown Mackie College location of interest. Maybe you're ready to pick up where you left off. If you're a returning student, it's easy to get started...again.
Financial Aid Resources
There are many financial aid resources available to help students who qualify for financial aid to meet the costs of their education. Every year many students and their families take advantage of one or more of the resources you will find on these web pages.
Most financial aid is based on individual economic circumstances. At the Brown Mackie College family of schools, we know the importance of funding your education, so these web pages offer a variety of ways to start the process. And remember, itís never too early to start the financial aid process. It is important to note, too, that the information on the following web pages is subject to change at any time.
Federal financial aid is your first option for a student loan. Types of Federal financial aid include the following:
Federal Grant Programs.
Federal Loan Programs.
Federal Work-Study Program.
Some institutional aid is available at individual Brown Mackie College school locations.
Some Brown Mackie College school locations operate in states where you may apply for state grants.
Please note that state financial aid varies, based on the state of residence of the student and where the school is located.
While it is not critical that you have applied to and been accepted by the Brown Mackie College school location of your choice, it is important for you to know which Brown Mackie College school location you are planning to attend. Thatís because to complete the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA) forms, you will need to know the FAFSA code for the Brown Mackie College school location you are interested in. If you have not selected a Brown Mackie College school location yet, please feel free to explore our locations to discover which school is right for you.