Office of Admission
Multi-Use Facility Building, 1st Floor
WELCOME TO THE OFFICE OF ADMISSIONS
The Office of Admission welcomes applications for first-year and transfer admission. The University seeks students destined to become future leaders in their chosen professions, whether in the arts, business, education, engineering, health, journalism, law, medicine or the sciences. In addition, the University welcomes students who believe in honesty, integrity, respect for self and others, take responsibility for their actions and are seeking opportunities to enhance the development of their character. In reviewing applications for the right fit, the University takes a holistic approach focusing on overall academic achievement, characteristics that demonstrate leadership potential and personal qualities indicative of the highest ethical values.
Test Optional Admission Policy
Students with a cumulative GPA of at least 3.3 (Unweighted) or rank in the top 10 percent of their class, have the option to choose whether or not to submit standardized test scores (SAT or ACT).
Applicants choosing not to submit standardized test scores are strongly encouraged to submit at least one recommendation from a teacher in a core subject area. Home-schooled applicants, students attending schools outside the United States, and students wishing to be considered for merit based scholarships must submit standardized test scores.
If you submit both the ACT and SAT, the University uses the most favorable score. Your SAT is based on a mix and match of your highest Evidence Based Reading/Writing and Math scores. Your ACT score is based on your highest composite.
Visit the link provided below to complete an Online Application Today!!!
Submit all electronic documents to: email@example.com.
Please submit all credentials at one time to ensure a timely response. The application review process requires the full attention of a committed and dedicated staff and we ask that you refrain from calling or emailing the office for status checks. All admission decisions are communicated in writing.