COVID-19 FAQs for Prospective Students

Are you ready to change the world? Now’s your chance, the world needs you. Our University and our students have been World Changers  for almost 150 years. We hope you will be, too. World Changers Made Here.

General Questions:

Yes! Andrews University returned to in-person instruction during fall semester 2020 and will continue to offer in-person instruction and activities for the 2021–2022 academic year.

We’re here to support you and we’re working hard to ensure our team members provide you with the reliable service you deserve. We’ve made the necessary adjustments for minimal interruption to serving your needs. 

We invite you to to sign up for an individual on-campus visit, a virtual visit, or an in-person or virtual University Preview event. Right now, you can also enjoy our newly-updated 360-degree views of many areas of the Andrews University campus available through our 360 Virtual Tour.

Admission Questions: 

Undergraduate freshmen: Click here.
Undergraduate transfer students: Click here.
Graduate students: Click here.
English as a Second Language/Center for Intensive English Program students: Click here.

With the impact of COVID-19 over the last year and a half, some university students are rethinking or delaying their school plans. If that's true for you, whether you want to start at a later term, have financial constraints, are uncertain about travel restrictions, or have any other concerns, be assured we will do whatever we can to support your future plans with us.

Enrollment/Registration Questions:

Our caring scholars are waiting for you! They will help you register for classes and answer questions about your academic future. 

After an admission decision is made, we will provide you with their contact information through our student portal iVue. To find out more about your academic advisor, you can also write to Don't forget to contact your academic advisor, introduce yourself and send an introductory email as they will be delighted to hear from you.

Your academic advisor will have all the information you need to complete this step (see the question "How can I connect with my Academic Advisor?"). Your advisor will help you create a list of proposed classes for the semester and open registration for you to enroll in classes through Registration Central.

Our team of Financial Advisors can guide you on the financial options available to you. Advisors are assigned based on the first letter of your last name. You are welcome to contact your representative by email.

International Student Questions:

Andrews University is open and ready to support you! Check here for updates and the latest information regarding the impact of COVID19 on international students. 

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