Moore encourages and provides opportunities for non-traditional aged women to complete their education, begin their studies or establish second careers.
As a returning adult student, you are strongly advised to make early contact with the Admissions Office for academic planning and counseling.
Re-entry students are students of nontraditional college age (over 21 years old.) Full-time or part-time course work to fit your schedule, financial aid, and adult support groups are available to help make your educational pursuits feasible here at Moore. Leadership training, professional networking, and career support are also offered to facilitate taking charge of your life, your art and your new career.
The small class size and close-knit community at Moore is supportive of re-entry students. The College values the diversity of each student’s life-experience and respects the strong motivation and commitment nontraditional students bring to the classroom.
If you have studied at the college level, you should follow transfer admissions requirements.
If you do not have college-level experience, you should follow first-year requirements.