Welcome, upcoming first year students! You’ve looked around. You’ve done your homework. And now, you’re ready to make your choice. We look forward to getting to know you better as you embark on the admission process.
At AMC, we define ourselves by offering quality academic programs, top-notch career preparation, and a mission-driven campus environment. Most of all, we are defined by our people – a diverse community of faculty, students, and staff who value educational innovation and servant leadership.
The Application Process
The college application process can be a daunting task, but for individuals considering Anna Maria College, our goal is to provide a stress-free admission experience that allows us to get to know our prospective students.
AMC admission decisions are made on a rolling basis. Initial candidate review begins in late November. Notification typically begins within 3-5 weeks of an application’s completion. Applications for the fall semester are requested by March 1, while applications for the spring semester are requested by December 1.
We are here to help you navigate the application and enrollment process. Please feel free to email our admission team with any questions you may have, or call us at (800) 344-4586. Students interested in applying to the online RN-BSN, BS-Fire Science, or MPA programs: click here.
Early Action Admission
Applying for Anna Maria Early Action helps you stand out from other applicants, gets you a decision sooner, and helps you begin to complete you college plan.
How does Early Action work? Easy: we consider you based on your academic achievement through your junior year. As long as we receive your standard application by November 15, you're considered for Early Action; no additional forms are required. Note: If you’re not offered early admission, your application is automatically moved to the regular decision applicant pool. Most applicants will have an admission decision beforeJanuary 1 and if you are applying for financial aid and submit the financial aid application (FAFSA) in the fall, you will have a financial aid award in January. This helps provide you with more time to carefully consider your college decision.