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East Carolina University recognizes the important role high school counselors have in guiding students through the college admission process. We hope this information will be useful as you encourage your students to apply to East Carolina University.
For the Fall 2017 semester, we received nearly 20,000 applications for an incoming class of 4,400. The mean academic credentials of admitted students this year were:
Students interested in applying to ECU should create an Admissions Portal account. The Portal is a web-based tool that prospective students will use for a variety of functions. These include:
Official documents should be sent to:Office of Undergraduate AdmissionsMailstop 517East Carolina UniversityGreenville, NC 27858-4353
Fall Semester: To be considered for Fall 2018, applications must be submitted by March 1, 2018. To be considered for the ECU Honors College, applications (including transcripts and test scores) must be received by November 15, 2017.
While the general application deadline is March 1, applicants are encouraged to apply early. We offer rolling admission, which means that as soon as we have a student's completed application, we will get a decision out to them. For the past two years, we filled our class before the application deadline.
ECU accepts fee waivers from the College Board, the ACT, and the National Association of College Admissions Counselors. Students using a College Board fee waiver will enter the 11-character code into our application. Those using an ACT or NACAC fee waiver will mail their forms to the admissions office.
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East Carolina University has an online tool that can help you and your students discover more about the nearly 200 degrees offered at the university. Degree Explorer provides quick access to the following information: what makes this particular degree special at ECU, what courses students in this program will study, what career opportunities this degree could unlock for graduates, and much more.
Click here to launch Degree Explorer
Office of Disability Support Services: 252-737-1016
Financial Aid: 252-328-6610
Campus Living: 252-328-4663
Student Health: 252-328-6841
Facebook, Twitter, and Instagram
Your students can join us on Facebook to connect with us and their future classmates. Follow us on Twitter and receive timely updates via @ECUAdmissions. Share with us on Instagram. Don't forget to use hashtags: #ECU and #ECUAdmissions.
Student Blogs and YouTube
Story telling is a great way for current East Carolina University students to share their experiences with prospective students who are planning to follow a similar path. Through our Student Blog and YouTube channel, your students will be able to learn about daily life on campus to see if ECU is a good fit for them.