Admission of First-Time Freshmen
Applicants who will or have received their high school diploma or the General Education Development (GED) high school equivalency and have not attended any college or university after high school are considered first-time freshmen. These applicants must complete the following to be considered for admission:
- 3.0 academic GPA in 17 units: 4 units of English, 3 units of Math (including Algebra II), 3 units of Science and 7 units of college-prep electives (including social studies, language, and additional math and science).
- Applicants with an academic GPA of less than a 3.0, must submit their SAT or ACT scores. Academic GPA and SAT or ACT scores will be reviewed on a sliding scale.
For all GED transcripts and High School transcripts the pass/graduation date must be within 10 years of the final admissions application deadline for the term (July 1 for Fall, December 1 for Spring).
Applicants denied admission may reapply as transfer students after satisfactorily completing 24 college-level semester hours of transferable courses at another regionally accredited college or university.