Livingstone College

Admissions

Greetings from the Office of Enrollment Management and Admissions! We welcome all new and prospective students to Livingstone College during this exciting new era of Taking Livingstone College to the Next Level. We invite all prospective students to submit an application for admissions, visit our campus and to inquire about scholarship opportunities. Explore our website for additional information on our academic programs, athletics, campus activities and a host of additional information. Should you have any questions please feel free to contact the Office of Admissions.

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The Holistic approach to academic preparation is designed to create a learning environment to change attitudes and modify student behavior. Students who matriculate on the campus of Livingstone College, in addition to their academic preparation, will participate in a number of activities and programs. Many factors are taken into consideration in the selection of a freshman class, and each candidate is viewed on an individual basis. The strength of a student’s secondary preparation is an excellent measure of a student’s readiness for college. In addition to school records and personal attributes, aptitude and achievement test scores can be helpful in preceding college performance and are considered with other credentials in application of admission to Livingstone College.

Applying to Livingstone

Policies and Procedures

Admission Application (.pdf)

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Admissions Viewbook

Admissions Viewbook

New Student Orientation Program

New Student Orientation Program

New Student Orientation Registration Form

New Student Orientation Registration Form

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Livingstone College
Office of Admissions
701 West Monroe St.
Salisbury, NC 28144
(800) 835-3435 (Phone)
admissions@livingstone.edu

Admission to Livingstone

Admission to Livingstone College is granted to all applicants who meet the general academic standards regardless of race, gender, creed, color, national origin, religious preference or disability. Candidates for admission must submit evidence of their ability to do college work.