Freshman Admission Requirements
A student who has earned no more than six hours of college-level credit after graduation from high school (this excludes credits earned concurrently with high school enrollment and credits earned by examination) or has earned a GED and their high school class has graduated.
To be admitted as a Freshman student you must:
- Have taken the ACT, or SAT
Have at least an ACT composite of 20 or SAT of 940.(Critical Reading & Math)
Have a GPA of 2.7 from a state–accredited high school AND rank in the upper 50% of your graduating class.
Have a GPA of 2.7 from a state–accredited high school in the 15 required curricular units listed below.
Also meet the following curricular requirements:
- 4 years of English (or an ACT English of 19 or an SAT Critical Reading of 460)
- 3 years of Math (or an ACT Math of 19 or an SAT Math of 460)
- 3 years of History and Citizenship skills (or an ACT Reading of 19 or an SAT Critical Reading of 460)
- 3 years of Lab (or an ACT of 19)
- 2 additional years or units of foreign language, computer science, or any of the above listed subjects.
* Students are required to participate in College Placement Tests if they have not met high school curricular requirements or have not met the following subscores on the ACT or SAT:
- 19 ACT subscore in English; SAT Verbal of 460
- 19 ACT in Math; SAT Quantitative of 460
- 19 ACT in Reading; SAT Verbal of 460
- 19 ACT in Reasoning; no SAT equivalent exists (Institutional Test Required)
Contact an Admissions staff member for details.