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Submit your Admissions Application using one of the following methods:
Regardless of which of the above methods you use, print and submit a hard copy of the Financial Aid Early Version Award Application. It can be sent separate from your Admissions Application.
Print a hard copy of the Student Transcript Request. Use this form to request your high school transcripts.
Gannon’s online application is free of charge. If you choose to print and submit a paper application, there is a $25 application fee. The application fee may be waive by an alumnus, coach or guidance counselor by using the "Fee Form".
A Personal Statement assists the Admissions Committee in evaluating your eligibility for Admission beyond test scores and high school record. Submitting a statement is optional, yet recommended; and is required for LECOM 4+4 Medical Program applicants. Applicants applying on-line should submit their statement to the Admissions Office via regular mail.
Personal Statements should be a typed, one-page response to one of the following topics: 1. How have you applied a classroom lesson to your daily life? or 2. Ask and answer one question that you wish we had asked.
If transferring, you'll need to print and submit a hard copy of the transfer applicant evaluationform for every school you attended.
So, you’re interested in Gannon? Great! Here’s what you will need to apply as an incoming freshman:
Applications for undergraduate programs are processed on an ongoing basis throughout the year. Applicants will typically be notified of an admissions decision within 3-4 weeks once their application and transcripts have been received.
The following undergraduate programs have a November 1st application deadline:
* Applications for these programs will be accepted beyond the deadline on a space-available basis.
It is recommended that high school students apply early in their senior year.
Gannon University awards college credit for some Advanced Placement (AP) Exams.