Course Catalog 2021-2022

Accelerated Learning Students

Admission Requirements

Unconditional admission is granted to transfer students who have earned a minimum of a 2.25 cumulative GPA from regionally accredited colleges or universities. Students without university experience may be granted unconditional admission with a 2.25 high school GPA or an earned GED. Students who did not graduate from high school may be admitted unconditionally if they earned a minimum GED score of 660 with no single test below 165 (GED scores from 2002 prior to 2013 must be at least 2250 with no single test below 410) GED scores prior to 2002 must be at least 225 with no score below 40.

A placement process is used for students who need composition and math; contact your admissions adviser or for more information. If developmental work is needed, students may be referred to a community college to complete this work prior to admission.

Prospective students who do not meet the regular GPA admission requirements may submit a written petition for provisional admission (academic alert). The written petition must include a rationale for why the applicants believe they will succeed in a challenging, accelerated program. The letter should be submitted to the student's admissions recruiter. The final decision will be made by the vice president of admissions. Students who are approved to be provisionally admitted on academic alert are limited to 13 credit hours the first semester.