If you’re a graduate of an accredited high school (or about to be), you can start your college application now. Apply online or request a paper application (either way, it’s free!). We have rolling admissions, which means an admission decision is made after all your application materials are received.
A completed application with required materials will include:
- Online Application
- Official high school transcripts or high school equivalency (GED) if you have never attended college
- Official college transcripts if you have attended college and want to transfer credits
Once these have been received we can make an admission decision quickly. Our test-optional policy allows admission decisions that can be based on the above submissions. While we encourage test scores, they are not mandatory for admission. Test scores will be required for merit based scholarships and 21st Century Scholar students. The code for ACT scores is 1242 and SAT scores is 1704.
What do we look for?
- Strength of your high school curriculum (including your senior year)
- Curriculum patterns or grade trends in your academic courses
- Participation in extracurricular activities such as sports, performing groups, student government, student publications, civic and charitable organizations, etc.
Successful completion of four years of English; three years of science (two with a lab); and three years of social studies are recommended as well as foreign language study.