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Admission Requirements


First Year Students:

Undergraduate Admissions considers all of the following criteria in granting admission: class rank, strength of curriculum, grade point average, ACT and/or SAT scores. Students are expected to have completed a strong college preparatory curriculum and particular attention is paid to the performance of the student during their junior year of high school, with consideration made for grade improvements or declines.

To be considered for admission, all of the following must be completed by the application deadline:
1. Complete an application.
2. Submit $45 application fee.
3. Have your guidance counselor submit your official high school transcript.
4. Request that your ACT and/or SAT scores be sent from the testing agency.

To view the profile of the incoming first year class, please visit our Just the Facts page.



Transfer Students:

Transfer applicants must complete 30 quarter or 20 semester hours of transferable academic credit from another regionally accredited institution, with a minimum g.p.a. of 2.0 (on a 4.0 scale) on all work attempted. Many academic programs have different selective admissions guidelines and procedures for transfer students. Visit our Transfer Admission web page to learn more about applying as a transfer student.

To be considered for transfer admission, all of the following must be completed by the transfer application deadline:
1. Complete an application.
2. Submit $45 application fee.
3. Have any and all college(s) previously attended send your official transcript.

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