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Incoming freshmen, have you paid your enrollment deposit?

May 18, 2012 | Chase Replogle


It’s the middle of May, and high school graduation is finally upon the class of 2012. And that can only mean one thing: College is right around the corner.

Yes, you heard that right. Moving out. Living in the dorms. Making new friends who will stick with you for life. Having your freedom and independence. Learning new things that will first change you … and then help you change the world. It’s the moment you’ve been waiting for your whole life.

You studied hard, earned the grades, took the grueling tests and filled out the applications. You even got your acceptance letter to Evangel. It’s all taken care of … right? Well, maybe.

There may be just one little thing standing in the way of you and your future.

Have you sent in your enrollment deposit yet?

If you’ve received your acceptance letter from Evangel but not yet paid your enrollment deposit, then you’re not enrolled and we don’t know you’re coming. Oops! This means you don’t yet have a room in the dorms and the classes are filling up without you.

What are you waiting for? Pay your deposit today. We have three easy ways for you to pay so you can complete your registration process:

  1. Phone. Have your debit or credit card ready and call 1-800-EVANGEL.
  2. Mail. Send your check directly to us at the following address:

    Undergraduate Admissions
    1111 N. Glenstone Ave.
    Springfield MO 65802

  3. Online. Pay through your  Admissions Portal.

If you haven’t applied yet, there’s good news for you, too. We still have financial aid and scholarships available. Apply today and get started on the adventure of a lifetime.

 

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