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Help for Returned Missionaries

If you have recently returned home from your mission, you are probably wondering what to do next with your life. Going to college might be one of your goals, but it is hard to find a place where you can keep growing and learning by study and faith, especially as a young adult starting your own life and still trying to make ends meet.

At Ensign College, achieving your goals doesn’t have to seem like an impossible task. Read on for some of the ways Ensign can help you get into college and achieve your personal, professional, and academic goals.

Streamlined Admissions Process

The Ensign College admissions process is as simple as it can be. Prospective students don’t need an SAT or ACT score to apply. You can also self-report your high school GPA. <u class="rte2-style-underline">Admissions Counselors</u> are ready to answer any questions about the programs Ensign offers. Be sure to check the deadlines for each semester so you don’t miss important application dates.

Returned Missionary Scholarship

Once you are accepted into Ensign College, you can apply to receive the Returned Missionary scholarship. That will relieve your first-year college expenses and put less pressure on your shoulders. Students rewarded with that scholarship receive $1000 toward their first-year college tuition. You may also be eligible for additional scholarships and financial aid.

Degrees and Certificates

Ensign College offers over 30 degrees and certificates. Three of the certificates are specially designed for returned missionaries. The Public Relations and Customer Service , Professional Leadership and Service , and Business Language certificates can help you apply to your professional experience some of the knowledge and skills you developed on your mission. With a wide range of degrees and certificates, including specialized options for returned missionaries, Ensign College can equip you with what you need to keep learning and applying you mission experiences in your academic and professional pursuits. You can access those benefits for yourself! Talk to your advisor or an <u class="rte2-style-underline">admissions counselor</u> to see how Ensign can help you make a great transition from your mission to new challenges.

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