PRCC Admissions requires the following from all applicants:
Application for Admission (apply online, printable application)
Official copy of ACT scores (available from your high school)
Official copy of high school transcript or college transcript (if you attended at another college) or an official copy of your GED.
General Tuition and Fees (per semester) are listed below. If you wish to view the complete list, click here.
In state, full time $1000.00
In state, part time (per hour) 100.00
Out-of-state fee (this is in addition to tuition fee) 1,199.00
Out-of state fee, part time (this is in addition to per hour tuition fee) 100.00
Room Reservation Fee $ 75.00
Noon Meal Ticket (non-resident students) 350.00
New Student Suites (Room and board) 1,950.00
Regular Double Rooms (Room and board) 1,750.00
All other fees (program, miscellaneous, and course fees) can be viewed here.
Next Step: Admissions
In order to be admitted as an academic, technical, or career student, the following documents must be submitted:
1. PRCC Application for Admission
2. Official transcript from an accredited high school indicating date of graduation or GED test transcript indicating passing
3. Official transcript from every college attended (if applicable)
4. ACT scores for academic or technical students (See Admission Testing). Students taking classes at Pearl River Community College are classified in one of three broad areas of instruction with regard to their educational goals, Academic Students, Technical Students, and Career Students.
Notification of Admission Status
After a completed application is received, PRCC develops an admission file on the student and begins correspondence indicating receipt of documents and/or deficiencies. All students, regardless of full or part-time status, must meet admission requirements prior to registration for classes. A letter of acceptance or denial will be mailed to all applicants after all admission criteria have been met.
All students who have met admission requirements will be considered for admission to the college. However, admission to the college does not guarantee admission to a specific program. Students must determine the requirements for admission to a specific program to see if they are eligible to enroll in that program. Specific questions concerning admission to the college or to a specific program of study should be directed to the Office of Admissions.
For more information on the following, click below:
Special Admission Contractual Agreements
Students Who Have Not Completed High School/GED
Continuing Education Admission
Admission Policy Pertaining to Resident Status of Students
Admission Requirements for Barbering and Cosmetology
Admission Requirements for Associate Degree Nursing
Admission Requirements for Allied Health