Application Process

If you want to study at a college that understands your goals, shares your values, and supports you along the way, then Woodmont College is the right place for you. We do not use any special formulas to select students. We are here to provide the quality education and training you need to advance your professional life and career. We review every single application carefully and help you with the application process, every step of the way. We are always ready to answer your questions.

Admission Requirements

  • Applicants must have a minimum GPA of 2.0.
  • Application materials must meet College Admissions Standards.
  • Applicants accepted to the Judaic Studies Program must take a placement exam or submit proof of having satisfactorily completed at least one year of post-high school study of Judaic Studies.
  • Applicants who require accommodations for disabilities must follow the Disability Services Procedure stated in the catalog.

1. Contact Us

Contact our admissions counselor through any of our channels and let us know about your interest. We are here to answer your questions and help you choose the right program. We are accessible and very responsive, and you can count on our support. We are also happy to provide you with an unofficial evaluation of your transfer credits.

Call / WhatsApp

786-605-0614 (US)
02-560-9512   (Israel)

2. Submit Application Form

Fill out the online application form to provide us with the required details about your school and academic background. 

Click here to fill out the form.

3. Submit Necessary Documents

Email your legal photo ID, high school transcript, and essay to

4. Interview

Upon our receipt of your completed application, the admissions department will review your application and contact you to schedule a phone interview. The interview usually takes about 10 to 20 minutes. Applicants receive an acceptance/rejection email within 48 hours.

5. Submit all OFFICIAL transcripts (High School / GED, AP courses, Yeshiva, Seminary, College)

In order for your credits to be transferred from other institutions to Woodmont College, official transcripts must be mailed from those institutions to our office. You will need to contact each of the institutions from which you will be transferring credits, and request that they mail official (signed and stamped) transcripts to:

Woodmont College

16375 NE 18th Ave. Suite 304
North Miami Beach, FL 33162
Make sure to include Suite number in order to ensure speedy delivery of your materials.

Official high school transcripts must be mailed from your high school to the above address, as well.

For those colleges/universities/institutions which have the possibility of sending through a digital service such as or National Student Clearinghouse, please have them email the transcript to

6. Scholarship Application

If you would like to apply for a financial scholarship, this would be a good time for you to submit an application. Information regarding scholarship applications can be found here.

If you have any questions you can email or

You can find the Scholarship Application Form here.

Application Review Process

Applicants are notified via email with an acceptance letter or a denial of acceptance letter.

A copy of the Enrollment Agreement along with instructions for signing and returning the agreement is sent with the acceptance letter. Students must sign and return the Enrollment Agreement prior to registering for the first class. If an applicant is not accepted, all monies paid are refunded to the applicant, with the exception of the application fee.


All new students begin as non-matriculated students until they have earned 15 credits.


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