NOTICE FROM THE VAUGHN COLLEGE ADMISSIONS OFFICE
The health and well-being of our faculty, staff, students, and prospective students is our top priority. We understand the concern and uncertainty some of you may be experiencing surrounding COVID-19. The admissions office is committed to being responsive to the needs of prospective students as the situation evolves. We also understand that there may be instances where you may find yourself facing difficulties during this trying time. We are here to help and will make any reasonable accommodation to ensure anyone who may be impacted is provided with assistance.
As the concern of face-to-face interaction continues to increase, we are encouraging the use of digital tools. Offices are currently being operated with limited staff on campus. For faster response, email firstname.lastname@example.org and one of our counselors will set-up a time to connect digitally for any admissions/enrollment needs. Currently, Vaughn is utilizing Zoom, an online videoconferencing platform an alternative to face-to-face meetings.
Below please find some additional information for your reference as we continue to navigate through the challenges presented by the coronavirus outbreak.
- Unofficial Documents: Vaughn typically requires that all applicants submit official educational documents in order for an admissions decision to be rendered. Due to some of the challenges students are currently encountering, the College will accept unofficial documents in order to render an admissions decision. This decision is contingent upon completion of the application process. In order for your acceptance to become official, the office of admissions must receive official documents prior to the end of the program adjustment period.
- Use Zoom as an alternative to a face-to-face meeting by emailing email@example.com to schedule an online appointment.
- Consider taking a virtual tour via the following link: https://www.vaughn.edu/virtual-tour/
- Should you have the need to speak with a counselor, feel email them directly, or call their direct extension and we will do our best to call you back in a timely manner.
- Test Optional Guidance: Vaughn typically requires that all applicants for a bachelor of science degree must submit SAT or ACT test scores. In lieu of those scores, applicants will take a Vaughn-administered assessment test to determine their program acceptance and course placement.
For up to date information regarding the impacts of COVID-19 to the Vaughn College community, please visit https://www.vaughn.edu/coronavirus/.
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At Vaughn, you’ll arrive with a vision…and leave ready to take the reins in the fields of engineering and technology management and aviation. That’s because our skilled admissions counselors can help you create a detailed road map to your goals.
We offer innovative academic programming – at both the undergraduate and graduate level – that incorporates the latest technologies and meets the evolving challenges of the fields you’re interested in. Plus, we help you to obtain the licenses and certificates you’ll need while still a student.
Whatever you decide to pursue, you’ll find an outstanding staff and faculty who are always ready to help you get there… starting right now.
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- Bachelor, associate and certificate programs in engineering, technology, management and aviation
- One of the Northeast’s few Master of Science in Airport Management programs
- Generous financial aid and scholarships
- Special programs for transfer, adult and international students, as well as distance learning opportunities
Vaughn College participates in the Tuition Exchange. For more information click here.
Admissions Office Hours:
Monday through Friday:
9 a.m. to 7 p.m.
Driven by our core value to generate opportunity for future generations, Vaughn is supporting new incoming students in the following ways:
- The tuition deposit will be waived until June 1 for those who wish to register prior to June.
- We are offering free tutoring to high school students who may need the extra help. Visit vaughn.edu/coronavirus and there you will find information regarding the schedule and contact information.
- Get a jump start on your college career by enrolling in a free 3-credit introductory freshman seminar online course. Space is limited! You must register for this course prior to April 20. In order to register, please follow us on instagram and email your questions to firstname.lastname@example.org. Classes begin Monday, May 18 and Monday, July 6.