Admission Requirements for New Freshman
To be admitted as a new freshman, a student must:
- Have graduated from a recognized high school, have a certificate of GED, or present other evidence of ability to begin university work.
- Have a minimum of 17 college preparatory credits. Thirteen of the 17 credits must be distributed as follows:
- English: 4 credits
- Social Science: 3 credits
- Math: 3 credits (must include at least one credit of algebra and the equivalent of one credit of geometry)
- Natural Science: 3 credits
- The remaining four credits will be from the above areas, foreign languages, fine arts, computer science or other academic areas.
- Take the American College Test (ACT) or Scholastic Aptitude Test (SAT). The ACT or SAT scores must be received by your campus before you will be permitted to register for classes.
Students who fail to meet these requirements may appeal to the Assistant Dean of Student Affairs for an exemption. Particular consideration will be given to applicants on the basis of minority group status, physical or learning disability, U.S. Armed Forces veteran status, age group, incarceration, or economic or educational disadvantage. Applicants who have special needs should contact the Student Affairs Office.
All admissions/registrations are subject to enrollment limits. For questions or additional information regarding admission requirements, please contact:
Student Affairs at: 920-832-2620