Admissions

Eastern Nazarene College is a faith-based, liberal arts school just six miles from Boston. Committed to the academic, personal and spiritual success of its students Eastern Nazarene has a wide range of opportunities. From studying abroad to undergraduate research, students can make the most out of their college career.

Offering degrees from associate to master’s, Eastern Nazarene College can help you find the right path for your educational journey. Whether you’ve just graduated high school or are looking to return to school, we’ll help you reach your goals and your future.

Make sure to plan a visit and see our campus for yourself! You’ll be able to get a first-hand look at our dorms, classrooms, labs, gym, lounges and so much more. You’ll also have the opportunity to meet professors and students who are working in the field you’re interested in.

Going to college can be overwhelming, so we’ve broken down our admissions process so you can easily navigate your admissions process and get started on earning your degree.  Just follow these simple steps:

 

Apply online:

Our application is available online for free. So go ahead and fill it out so we can learn a bit more about you!

 

Send in your transcripts:

Contact the registrar’s office at your high school, or previous school, and have your transcripts sent to the following address:

Eastern Nazarene College

Attn: Admissions

Office of Admissions

23 East Elm Avenue

Quincy, MA 02170

If you have an electronic official transcript have it emailed to admissions@enc.edu

 

Fill out your FAFSA:

FAFSA is the U.S. Department of Education’s official electronic application for federal student aid. This will help determine your final tuition costs. Visit www.fafsa.ed.gov to apply. ENC’s code is 002145.

 

Official Standardized Test Scores:

Traditional undergraduate freshmen will also need to have their official standardized test scores submitted. Submit your Scholastic Aptitude Test (SAT) using ENC’s code: 3365 or submit your Assessment Test of the American College Testing Program (ACT) using ENC’s code: 1818. Scores submitted on official secondary school transcript are considered, as well.  An Accuplacer test may also be required.

Earning your degree at Eastern Nazarene College means you’ll have the support you need each step of the way. From personal enrollment counselors to one-on-one financial aid advisors, you’ll never be alone in the process. If you have any questions or concerns, contact one of our enrollment counselors here.

So whether you’ve just graduated high school, are transferring from another school, coming back to earn another degree or are just beginning your college journey, Eastern Nazarene has a place for you.

  • Just graduated high school? Click here to learn more!
  • Looking to transfer from a different school? Eastern Nazarene can help you – click here!
  • Wanting to continue your educational journey with another degree? Check out our graduate programs – click here!
  • Just beginning your college journey as an adult? Learn about our accelerated programs – click here!