Students seeking admission to American Indian College should be conscious of the purpose of the College when making application. The prospective student is assessed according to academic background, moral character, and personal testimony of salvation. Applicants must show evidence of a Christian commitment, be in harmony with the doctrinal statement of the Assemblies of God, as printed in the AIC catalog, and be willing to abide by the Student Handbook. A favorable recommendation from an individual‘s pastor, (who has known the applicant at least one full year) is usually sufficient evidence of meeting this requirement. In addition to a favorable pastoral recommendation, prospective students must possess an official high school diploma or General Education Diploma (GED), or a recognized High School Proficiency Examination Certificate.