An application for admission may be submitted by anyone 17 years or older at any time during the semester. To apply, the following steps must be followed:
1. Submit completed admission application, along with the required non-refundable application fee. See financial section of this catalog for specific cost.
2. Submit an official high school transcript, GED certification, or a transcript from an accredited college indicating completion of an Associate of Arts or Bachelor of Arts degree, along with the application or within 30 days after submitting application.
(Note: You will have 30 days to acquire and submit your official transcript after registration. However, you will not be able to receive financial aid until the transcript has been received. A copy of your high school or GED transcript can be faxed by the school, and the official transcript placed in the mail). Ethnos College will accept transcripts from “Parchment Exchange” as being Official.
3. Submit reference forms completed by a pastor or church official and one person other than a relative.
Prospective students may apply for admission at any time. However, to allow for adequate processing, individuals are encouraged to consider the following application schedule:
Students who wish to avail themselves of the training who are not high school graduates may be admitted as special students. Students in this category can receive transcripts but will not be eligible to receive a degree until they have successfully passed the GED tests or received a High School diploma. Therefore, the college may exercise the right to accept or reject students in this category based upon this policy limitation.
HOME SCHOOL STUDENTS
Previously, many home school students took the General Educational Development (GED) exam to formally document their high school subject exposure. Now, home school students applying to attend Ethnos College must provide the following documents for admission:
Compiled high school transcript or home school certificate (organized and submitted by parents) If available detailed course descriptions with the transcript record.
Applying From Abroad
We welcome applications from all over the world. Our admissions and financial aid processes are the same for all applicants - regardless of nationality or citizenship.
How do international students apply?
The application requirements are the same for all applicants whether a student attends high school inside or outside the U.S. All first-year candidates must standard Ethnos Enrollment Application.
Test of English as a Foreign Language
A strong knowledge of English is essential for successful study at Ethnos, including the ability to understand and express thoughts quickly and clearly. First-year and transfer applicants are not required to take an English proficiency exam, but you may submit scores if you wish to do so.
Our financial aid policies are the same for all applicants, regardless of nationality or citizenship. All aid is based on financial need, and admissions decisions are made without regard to whether an applicant has applied for financial assistance.
If you choose to provide translated versions of your academic credentials or letters of recommendation, please note that you should not translate the documents yourself. You do not need, however, to hire a professional translator. We are happy to receive letters translated by an English teacher, for example. All translations should include the name of the translator and his/her relationship to you. A copy of the original (untranslated) document should always accompany the translated version.
Consent regarding personal data
During the application process you, and others, such as recommenders, may provide Ethnos College with certain kinds of personal data about you that some laws regard as sensitive and deserving of special protection (“Sensitive Personal Data”). For example, in Europe, Sensitive Personal Data can include personal data revealing racial or ethnic origin, political opinions, religious or philosophical beliefs, or trade union membership; genetic or biometric data; data concerning health; data concerning a natural person’s sex life or sexual orientation; and personal data relating to criminal convictions and offences. You can find further information about how Ethnos College uses personal data of individuals the admissions process documentation.
By submitting an application, you consent to Ethnos’ processing Sensitive Personal Data about you in order to evaluate your application for admission and your eligibility for financial aid, if applicable. Sensitive Personal Data about you also may be processed for other purposes permitted by applicable law.
The enrollment agreement is the contract signed between the student and the institution. The agreement specifies the conditions under which the school will provide instruction to the student. It also specifies all costs a student must pay to enroll in a specific school program. A copy of the completed enrollment agreement must be given to the student upon execution of the enrollment agreement.
The student and an authorized agent of the school must date and sign the agreement prior to the time instruction begins. This enrollment agreement meets all the requirements set forth in law and regulations. In using this form, a school must modify the information printed on each form, tailoring it to include its own school and program information. When languages other than English are used in the recruitment presentation, the modified sample enrollment agreement shall be translated into the language of the recruitment presentation.
In submitting such enrollment agreements for approval, the school must include a literal English translation of the foreign language enrollment agreement as well as a notarized attestation from the translator affirming the accuracy of the translation. If you have specific questions, contact the Education Team liaison to whom you are assigned when you file your school application and fee.
Please note that we are no longer requesting the entire social security number on enrollment agreements due to issues of potential identity theft and securing student information. However, Federal grants or loans may require that information.
To be considered for acceptance, please submit the following documents according to your current status.
A. A student who cancels within 7 days of signing the enrollment agreement receives all monies returned except for the non-refundable registration fee.
B. Thereafter, a student will be liable for
Tuition liability is divided by the number of terms in the program. Total tuition liability is limited to the term during which the student withdrew or was terminated, and any previous terms completed. As per Education Law 5002(3), the school catalog submitted for approval shall indicate the amount of refund due the student in the event of withdrawal.
During first week 100% refund
After the first week of class tuition will be forfeited.