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Students currently enrolled in high school or who have graduated from high school without taking any college-level courses.
Students who are or were attending another community college or university, or have obtained a 2-year or 4-year degree from another university, and seek to obtain a new degree from Armstrong.
Earn a degree or certificate without leaving home — advancing your education and career while balancing work, family, or military obligations. Explore armstrong.edu/online. You can start your admission process there as well.
Students who will study on an F1 student visa are considered international. Students who do not need an F1 visa but have foreign high school or university work can find info on transcript evaluation requirements in this section under the "What Classes Tranfer?" tab.
Adults, ages 23 or older, who are planning to enter college for the first time.
Active-duty personnel, veterans, or dependents seeking to use tuition assistance or veteran’s benefits.
Students who previously attended Armstrong, but who have not been enrolled for more than 3 consecutive semesters, or who have attended another school since last enrolled.
Current high school students (juniors and seniors) interested in taking college-level classes at Armstrong.
Students with a diploma from a regionally accredited home study program.