For regular admission, prospective students with no prior college experience must submit a full application packet.
Subjects Required for Admission
Applicants to freshman standing (less than 24 units/credits) must have completed an adequate pattern of high school subjects:
- 4 units/credits of English and literature OR 3 units/credits of English and 1 unit of speech
- 2 units/credits of mathematics
- 2 units/credits of laboratory sciences
- 1 unit/credit of American history
- 1 unit/credit of world history
- 4 units/credits of academic course electives from English, mathematics, science, history, religion, foreign languages or computer science
Applicants for regular admission as freshmen must satisfy one of the following three conditions at the time of enrollment:
- Graduate from an accredited secondary school, a Distance Education Training Council (DETC) approved program or accredited distance education high school program such as Griggs International Academy, with a grade-point average (GPA) of at least 2.50 on a 4.0 scale and have an ACT verbal score of 17, SAT verbal score of 470 or SAT composite score of 800 (verbal and math).
- Pass the General Education Development (GED) test with at least a score of 410 on each of the four subject exams or equivalent scores on other GED versions.
- Students who have not graduated from or completed an accredited home-school program (as outlined in #1 above) must submit the following documents in addition to the complete application packet:
- GED test scores with at least a score of 410 on each of the four subject exams or equivalent scores on other GED versions.
- Minimum ACT verbal score of 17 or SAT composite score of 800 (verbal and math).