Adult Degree, and Certificate Programs Application
Before completing an application for any of Messiah University’s degrees, certificate programs or non-degree programs, please read our Admissions Requirements to ensure that you are eligible for enrollment and to receive a helpful checklist of the supporting documentation that you will need to provide to complete your application.
This application is for our graduate programs and our online Bachelor's degree programs (Adult Degree Programs), RN to BSN and Bachelor's in Business Administration.
Adult Degree, and Certificate Re-enrollment/Reactivation Application
Students who have not been enrolled in courses at Messiah University for two years or more must re-apply for admission to the graduate program by completing the full application required of the requested program. The re-enrollment/reactivation application can be used by anyone who has enrolled in courses at Messiah within the last two years.
Messiah University does not discriminate on the basis of gender, race, color age, disability, or national or ethnic origin in the administration of its educational policies, scholarship and loan programs, and athletic or other University-administered programs. Messiah University does reserve the right to revoke admission or readmission in the event of an applicant's misrepresentations in any phase of the application process.
Messiah University's Campus Security Report and Safety and Security Information are posted on the Department of Safety Web site. Information includes statistics regarding the incidence of campus crime over the past three years, as well as details about our safety and security practices. If you would like additional information, clarification, or a paper copy, please contact the Department of Safety at 717-766-2511, extension 6005.
This serves as notification to current and prospective students that, pursuant to Section 486 of the Higher Education Act, Messiah University's six-year graduation rate and other retention/graduation data are available online. A hard copy will be provided upon request by contacting the Institutional Research Office at (717) 766-2511 ext. 3630.