To gain admission to the College, applicants must demonstrate their academic ability. High school students must be eligible to receive a high school diploma at the end of their senior year. An official high school transcript is required to be considered for admission.
In addition to a transcript, high school students must provide the College with an official score report from the American College Test (ACT) or the Scholastic Aptitude Test (SAT I).
Transfer students must provide official transcripts from every college attended. Students transferring 24 hours or more of transferrable credit will be evaluated based on their college record only and do not need to submit high school grades or ACT/SAT scores.
Students who have earned the community college degree commonly known as the 'transfer associates', specifically, the Associate of Arts or the Associate of Science, can be accepted into the College with advanced standing.
To apply online, please complete the application here.