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Office of Enrollment Management

OFFICE OF ENROLLMENT MANAGEMENT

Chinn-Joiner

Executive Director
June Chinn-Jointer
(901) 435-1500

Mailing Address
LeMoyne-Owen College
807 Walker Avenue
Memphis, TN 38126

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Office: (901) 435-1500
Toll free: (800) 737-7778
Email: admissions@loc.edu
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LeMoyne-Owen College does not discriminate in its admission of students on the basis of race, color, age, religion, sex, national origin, or disability.


Director, Office of Admissions and Recruitment
Samuel L. King
(901) 435-1509
samuel_king@loc.edu


Admissions Recruiter
Elizabeth Anderson
(901) 435-1506

elizabeth_anderson@loc.edu


Admissions Recruiter
Chareta Nesbit
(901) 435-1512

chareta_nesbit@loc.edu

 

Admissions Recruiter
Chanduleon Douglas

(901) 435-1508

chan_douglas@loc.edu


Administrative Assistant/Office Manager
Marilyn Jennings
(901) 435-1502

marilyn_jennings@loc.edu

 

Data Entry Record Specialist

Loria Jackson

(901) 435-1504

loria_jackson@loc.edu


Requirements for admission may vary for individual programs of study. The application and any other documents submitted become the property of the College.

Priority deadlines are as follows: April 1st for the fall semester; November 1st for the spring semester; and March 1st for the summer term.

The Office of Admissions and Recruitment receives and processes all applications, evaluate credentials, and issue notices of acceptance to students. Inquiries regarding admission to the College should be addressed to the Office of Admissions and Recruitment, (901) 435-1500 or 1 (800) 737-7778 or admission@loc.edu.

First Time College Students
The following materials are required for admission:
  •  Application for admission
  • $25 non-refundable application fee or fee waiver (Students can pay their $25 Application Fee with Debit or Credit Card by calling Cashier at 901-435-1581)
  • Official high school transcript or equivalent
  • SAT or ACT test score (If under age 21)
  •  Must have a minimum 2.0 cumulative grade point average (GPA)
  •  Immunization Record (MMR)
  • Two doses of Varicella Vaccine or proof of Chickenpox Disease


First time applicants who have not earned the required 2.0 cumulative grade point average may apply for limited academic admission. The Admission Review Committee reviews the files of these applicants. Students granted Limited Academic Admission follow an Educational Partners Agreement (EPA), for the first semester of study. The EPA outlines mandatory counseling sessions, academic development sessions and the required grade point average the student must earn in the first semester.

Transfer Applicants
Transfer applicants may transfer appropriate courses from regionally accredited institutions to LeMoyne-Owen College if the grade received was "C" or better. However, to receive transfer credit, official transcripts from the previous institution(s) must be received before a student begins classes at LeMoyne-Owen. Credits that are more than ten years old will be reviewed to determine if they are transferable.

Transfer applicants must submit the following:

  •  Application for admission
  • $25 non-refundable application fee (Students can pay their $25 Application Fee with Debit or Credit Card by calling Cashier at 901-435-1581)
  • Official college transcripts from any higher education institution previously attended
  • Must have a minimum 2.0 cumulative grade point average (GPA)
  • Immunization Record (MMR)
  • Two doses of Varicella Vaccine or proof of Chickenpox Disease


Applicants lacking the required 2.0 cumulative GPA may still apply for admission. These applicants must submit a written statement concerning their unsatisfactory academic record along with their completed application.

If you have attempted fewer than 28 credit hours, then you must submit:

  •  High school transcript or equivalent (if fewer than 28 credit hours attempted)
  • ·SAT or ACT test score (If under age 21)


Readmission

All students wishing to re-enter the College must submit the application for readmission. Students in financial and academic good standing may re-enter.

Students, who were dismissed from the College for academic or disciplinary reasons may under unusual circumstances, apply for readmission. The application should include a petition describing changes that might warrant readmission. These petitions will be acted on by the Academic Standards, Honors and Selection Committee in the case of academic dismissal and by the Judiciary Committee in the case of disciplinary dismissal.

Readmit/Transfer
Students applying for readmission and have attended other colleges or universities since leaving LeMoyne-Owen must submit official transcripts from each institution attended.

Transient Students
Transient Students are individuals, regularly enrolled in other institutions, who wish to take courses at LeMoyne-Owen. LeMoyne-Owen is not responsible for transfer of credit to the home institution.

To enroll as a transient student, the following must be submitted:

  • Application for admission to LeMoyne-Owen College
  • $25 non-refundable application fee (Students can pay their $25 Application Fee with Debit or Credit Card by calling Cashier at 901-435-1581)
  • Official letter from the home institution allowing you to enroll in courses at LeMoyne-Owen.
  • Immunization Record (MMR)
  • Two doses of Varicella Vaccine or proof of Chickenpox Disease


Requirements for Non-Degree Seeking Students

Applicants who do not intend to work toward a degree at LeMoyne-Owen may be accepted as non-degree seeking students. A non-degree seeking student who has completed at least 12 credit hours of work at LeMoyne-Owen and who is in good academic standing may request a change in status to that of degree-seeking student. The College's registrar must approve such changes.

To enroll as a non-degree seeking student, the following must be submitted:

  • Application for admission to LeMoyne-Owen College
  • $25 non-refundable application fee
  • High school transcript or equivalent (Students can pay their $25 Application Fee with Debit or Credit Card by calling Cashier at 901-435-1581)
  • College transcripts from any higher education institution currently/previously attended
  • SAT or ACT test score (If under age 21)
  • Immunization Record (MMR)
  • Two doses of Varicella Vaccine or proof of Chickenpox Disease

  • International Students
    International students, whether living abroad or in the United States, who seek admission to LeMoyne-Owen College on a student visa, must submit the following:

  • All foreign applicants must have transcripts evaluated by a foreign credential evaluation service and sent directly to the college. Applicants are responsible for the costs. Costs may vary from $50 to $250.
  • A notarized financial statement from a United States Embassy showing that the applicant has enough support for at least one year in the United States. This statement must be submitted with the application for admission. This amount should be at least $19,000.00 to cover tuition fees, living expenses and other necessities for the 2009-2010 academic year. The statement must show who will provide the funds and the amount.
  • An application for admission
  • $25 non-refundable application fee (Students can pay their $25 Application Fee with Debit or Credit Card by calling Cashier at 901-435-1581)
  • College transcripts from any higher education institution previously attended
  • Immunization record (proof of MMR-two doses)
  • Two doses of Varicella Vaccine or proof of Chickenpox Disease

  • ACCEPTANCE TO SPECIAL PROGRAMS
    The following programs have admission requirements in addition to, or in place of, those for regular admissions.

    Teacher Education Program

    Due to the special demands of careers in teaching and special licensure requirements, admission to the College does not constitute admission to the Education Program. Students wishing to complete work in the Division of Teacher Education leading to licensure must apply for admission to the licensure program during their second year at LeMoyne-Owen while enrolled in Education 202, Portfolio Development.

    Additional information is provided in the Division of Education Pre Candidate Handbook issued while taking Education 202.

    The W.E.B. DuBois Scholars Program (DBSP)
    The DBSP provides promising scholars opportunities to enhance their intellectual development in a challenging and engaging environment. Entering freshmen gain admission to the DuBois Scholars Program by invitation based on academic promise. Students beyond their freshman year and transfer students may complete an application to join the program.
    Interested incoming freshmen honor students should:

    • Minimum cumulative GPA of 3.5
    • Prepare a personal statement
    • Prepare a list of your extracurricular activities
    • Submit a faculty or guidance counselor recommendation
    • Make an appointment for an interview with the DBSP Director and Advisory Council
    • Register for the Freshman Scholars Colloquium in the fall

    Advanced Degree Completion Program (ADCP)
    The Accelerated Degree Completion Program (ADCP) leads to a Bachelor's of Business Administration degree. The program is designed to meet the needs of working adults who are typically employed full-time and are highly committed to completing their degrees. ADCP students share a common educational goal and contribute their diverse individual experiences to the learning process. Students admitted to this program must have completed a substantial number of semester hours (usually 60) in an accredited post-secondary program. They must have reached the age of 25, or have worked continuously in a full-time position for the past three years.

    Applicants must meet general admissions requirements and be fully admitted to the college prior to consideration for the ADCP program. Additional information is provided in the Division of Business and Economic Studies.

     

    Dual Enrollment

    To be eligible for dual enrollment, a student must meet the following requirements:
    • Must be MCS high school junior or senior
    • Must be  willing to provide own transportation
    • Must be willing to participate in dual enrollment coursework outside regular school hours
    • Must have an ACT composite of 19 or higher
    • Must have a sub -score composite of 19 or higher for selected courses
    • Must meet admission requirement at LeMoyne-Owen College
    • Must maintain a 2.75 grade point average

     

    The enrollment procedure is as follows:

    • Student and parent must complete the letter of intent
    • Guidance counselor will sign letter of intent and have student complete dual enrollment grant application and application for admission.
    • Student must also submit: official high school transcript; ACT Test scores; Immunization Report; and $25 application fee (waiver)

     

    The priority deadlines for submitting an application are: Fall Enrollment, Sept 1; Spring Enrollment, Jan. 1; and Summer Enrollment, May 1.

    The dual enrollment courses are English Communications (English 111) and Concept of Numbers (Mathematics 111.)


    The Genesis Academy

    The Genesis Academy provides special opportunities for capable high school students to pursue their educational goals during summer(s) before entering college. The Genesis Academy gives academically talented high school students and graduates an opportunity to earn credit in college courses taken in one of LeMoyne-Owen's summer terms. The program is open to high school students who have just completed their sophomore or their junior year, and to high school graduates who have not yet matriculated at LeMoyne-Owen. Students in the Academy take up to seven credit hours in regular college courses chosen from LeMoyne-Owen's core course requirements. These College credits are formally entered on the student's LeMoyne-Owen transcript at the end of their first year at LeMoyne-Owen. Full tuition scholarships are provided for each summer term spent in the academy. Students in the program are expected to meet the following criteria:

    • High school GPA of a 3.0 or above
    • Minimum ACT score of 23 or minimum SAT score of 900