College letter of intent

College letter of intentIntroduction

A letter of intent, in general, is an official document issued by an institution which contains a deceleration about the intention of the writer. A letter of intent can be of various types, the one under consideration here is a College letter of intent.

It is written by a student who wishes to enter into a higher learning institute for further studies. He writes this letter of intent to the preferred institute to express his intentions to enroll and request for a place in his desired program of studies. This is a very formal letter and is binding, so therefore it should be written correctly with all points and achievements clearly stated. Make sure you attach your resume and clearly highlight why you are the best candidate for this position. Also, attach your latest mark sheet and a copy of your certification as proof of your academic and co-curricular achievement.


Annie C. Myers

2098 Traders Alley
Kansas City, MO 64106

June 1, 2010



Admissions Office & Enrollment

Community College of Higher Learning

Kansas City, MO 92881

Dear Sir/ Madam,

RE: Letter of Intent

I am writing to inform you of my intention to enroll at your prestigious College for the Medical Assistant program which I read from your advertising leaflet. I believe your college’s course is ranked best in the country and with an institution like yours, I am sure there will be a plethora of opportunities for me to learn and study further.

I am currently working part-time in a clinic and am involved in the daily administration. I enjoy meeting the people and the work in this medical line. Hence, I would like to pursue a course such as a Medical Assistant program to help me pursue a more rewarding career in the medical arena.

I am only a high school graduate, however, to be made eligible for this course I have made sure of adding extracurriculars to my resume. I graduated from high school three years ago. Attached are a copy of my last transcript for your perusal and a copy of reference from my current workplace. My current employer is very supportive of my intention for further studies in this field.  Please do find a copy of my resume and mark sheet attached to this letter.

I wish to use my divergent thinking to the best of my ability and venture outside my comfort zone to test my knowledge and skills to the limit. Under the guidance and expertise of your institution, I am sure I will learn and grow exponentially.

I hope you will consider my intention favorably and inform me quickly of the admission procedures.

Thank you.

Yours truly,

Annie Myers

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