Application for Admission

Please read prior to submitting an application for admission

All applicants must complete an Application for Admission and provide valid photo identification documentation to the Office of Admissions & Records. Click here for Admission Requirements 

Application Process 

  1. The first step is to create a Login ID and PIN.
  2. Follow the directions and complete all applicable information fields.
  3. Once you submit your application, you will receive a Student Identification Number (User ID). Print the page or record the information for your records. (This ID will not be valid until you have completed all components of the application for admission and have been accepted to the College.)
  4. Print the Signature Page. Complete and submit it to the Office of Admissions & Records. Signature pages may be submitted in person, by mail, or faxed to 205-391-3910.
  5. The third part of the application process is to present either; (1) one primary form of documentation, or (2) two secondary forms of documentation. Applicants must submit the documentation in person within the Office of Admissions & Records or through a notarized copy by U.S. Mail. Click here for acceptable forms of identification.
  6. The fourth part is to have placement scores on file. Students with qualifying ACT/SAT scores must submit scores to the Office of Admission and Records. Otherwise, students must schedule a Compass Assessment with the Assessment Center, 205.391.2232. Click here for Placement Assessment information.
  7. Applications will not be processed until the four parts of the application are received; application information, signature page, photo ID, placement scores (English, Reading, and Math).
  8. You can check the status of your application by clicking on the Apply for Admission link on the myShelton sign in page. You will use the Login ID and PIN that you created at the time you submitted your application. Click here to sign in.
  9. Click here to submit an application.


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