Admissions Process & Forms
Undergraduate Admissions Requirements
New England Bible College welcomes prospective students with a high school diploma or equivalent. Applicants should have taken the SAT, ACT, or GED and provide these scores in addition to their secondary school transcripts as part of the admissions package. Applicants must demonstrate the ability to do college level work and be willing to abide by the College’s standards of conduct. The applicant must be sure to indicate on the form which program he/she desires to enter, including the wish to only take individual classes without enrolling in a certificate or degree program.
Graduate Admissions Requirements
Grace Evangelical Seminary welcomes prospective students to its graduate programs who have earned a Bachelor’s degree. Applicants should include an official transcript from their college as part of their admissions package. They must demonstrate the ability to do graduate level work and be willing to abide by the Seminary’s standards of conduct. The applicant must be sure to indicate on the form which program he/she desires to enter including the wish to only take individual classes without enrolling in a degree program.
Application Process (Undergraduate & Graduate)
Application for admission to New England Bible College (undergraduate) or Grace Evangelical Seminary (graduate) must be made on the Application for Admission form available for download below. Application to study at NEBC/Grace Evangelical may be made no earlier than one year before the intended start date. The application deadline for all degree programs at both the undergraduate and graduate levels is August 1 for the Fall Semester, and December 15 for the Spring Semester. All application materials are available below.
An application to any degree program must include two essays and three references (see Application Form for details) and be accompanied by a non-refundable $25.00 application fee. The applicant is responsible for requesting that copies of any transcripts from earlier academic work also be sent to the Admissions office from the institutions where he/she has studied. An application is only considered complete when all of these materials have been received by NEBC/Grace Evangelical Seminary.
Forms may be submitted via email, but all documents must be submitted as attachements in one email. Please send to
If you prefer to submit your applicaion via mail, send all application material to:
New England Bible College/Grace Evangelical Seminary
502 Odlin Road
Bangor, ME 04401
Please reference the full Application Process Checklist below prior to submitting your application.
Applicants will be notified of action on applications after the Administration has considered the application and accompanying material. Acceptance of any applicant currently enrolled in an academic institution is contingent upon successful completion of the applicant’s current semester in that institution.
Undergraduate Admissions Forms
New England Bible College
Graduate Admissions Forms
Grace Evangelical Seminary
Application Process Checklist
Send your completed application form with the non-refundable application fee of $25.00, payable to “Grace Evangelical, Inc.”
Complete the Student Essay Form
Degree and Certificate students: a minimum of two references, one of which must be from the applicant’s pastor, the other(s) from an employer, teacher, or mentor. All references must be from non-family members.
Non-degree seeking students need provide only the contact information of references.
Have written references mailed directly to NEBC/GES.
Applicants to undergraduate programs:
Have your high school send an official transcript directly to NEBC. A transcript request form is available.
GED graduates must have an official score report sent to NEBC.
Home schooled students must submit a transcript with courses names, grades and a cumulative G.P.A. NEBC may request further information as necessary.
Request your SAT scores be sent directly to NEBC. (The NEBC school code for SAT is 5727. NEBC requests all scores for review, but counts highest scores for admissions consideration. Applicants who have more than 15 transferable college credits may submit official college transcripts in lieu of SAT scores.)
Applicants to graduate programs:
Provide official transcripts from all undergraduate institutions attended, including community colleges and 4-year institutions.
Applicants may be asked to have an interview prior to admission.