Tuition, room, board, and fees for the Fall 2020-Spring 2021 academic year are $40,650. Books are not included. Brevard College does not have additional out-of-state tuition charges.
Brevard’s financial aid programs result in an average annual cost of around $22,000.
Your application for admission also serves as your scholarship application so apply today!
WHAT COURSES ARE REQUIRED FOR ADMISSION?
Brevard College’s Minimum Course Requirements help ensure that you are prepared for success and include the following:
4 Courses in English
4 Courses in Mathematics
3 Courses in Science
2 Courses in Social Studies
WHAT IS YOUR AVERAGE FIRST-YEAR GRADE POINT AVERAGE AND TEST SCORE?
The incoming, first-year class had an average, unweighted grade point average (GPA) of 3.20, SAT score of 1062, and ACT composite score of 21.
HOW DOES TEST OPTIONAL ADMISSION WORK?
Test Optional admission requires you to answer 3 of 5 short essay questions, which admissions staff evaluate.
DO YOU ACCEPT THE GED?
Brevard College accepts the HiSET and GED exams. Beyond these exams, however, you must still meet Minimum Course Requirements (MCRs) (either from partial high school transcripts or college courses). You are exempt from MCRs if you are at least 21 years of age or have 30 transferable college hours.
WHAT COLLEGE COURSES WILL TRANSFER?
Transferable coursework is determined upon evaluation of college transcripts. General Education credits are rarely non-transferable.
Course equivalents are based upon comparison to Brevard College course catalog descriptions and transferring institution’s course descriptions. Exceptions for equivalent courses not offered at Brevard College are subject to review by division faculty.
DO YOU ACCEPT DUAL ENROLLMENT OR AP COURSES?
The above requirements for transfer credits apply to dual enrollment coursework. AP credit is based upon official scores from The College Board. Brevard College requires a score of 3 or higher to assign credit.