The first step in the admissions process is to complete the application form. Ready to go? Apply right now using our secure, online application.
Next, please download the application checklist for the appropriate program for the required documentation to submit along with your application form. Some programs have special requirements; please be certain to submit all required credentials.
Please select transcript ordering option that allows you to input the address to the Online Processing Center:
Anna Maria College
Online Processing Center
851 Trafalgar Court, Suite 420 West
Maitland, FL 32751
We are excited you are considering Anna Maria College for your online bachelor or master’s degree. We understand that returning to college can be exciting yet overwhelming. At AMC, our admissions advisers are committed to assisting you with the entire enrollment process and continue to work with you through graduation. Learn what you'll need to begin the admissions process of earning your online degree by visiting our pages below:
There are six terms a year with Anna Maria College’s online programs, each term lasting about eight weeks. This allows students to earn their degree at their own pace around their professional and personal responsibilities. Our admissions team can speak to you today about what to expect from online classes, and how to integrate them into your everyday life.
|Fall I 2021||08/30/21 - 10/23/21|
|Fall II 2021||10/25/21 - 12/18/21|
|Spring I 2022||01/10/22 - 03/05/22|
|Spring II 2022||03/07/22 - 04/30/22|
|Summer I 2022||05/02/22 - 06/25/22|
|Summer II 2022||06/27/22 - 08/20/22|
Anna Maria College, in compliance with Section 504 of the Rehabilitation Act of 1973 and the Americans with Disabilities Act, accepts students with documented disabilities who can successfully pursue the College’s academic program. Anna Maria recognizes its responsibility to provide individuals with documented disabilities equal access while maintaining the standards that are essential to the academic program. Learn more about academic and accommodations policy and procedures in the student handbook.
Anna Maria College is in compliance with the provisions of the United States Federal Higher Education Opportunity Act (HEOA). For more information on student identity verification in online learning, visit here.
Anna Maria College was approved by the Commonwealth of Massachusetts to participate in SARA, and became a SARA institution in 2021. At this time, only California is not a member state. If you reside in California and are interested in taking an online class at Anna Maria College, or for more information about our participation in SARA, click here.